The BBC has apologised to Darcus Howe after newsreader Fiona Armstrong accused him of taking parts in riots, during a live interview on Monday.
Watch the interview below.
Via The Telegraph
The BBC said Armstrong had not intended to show Howe any disrespect and the questions were intended to gauge his reaction to the events.
News Channel editors acknowledged it had been a ”poorly-phrased question” but said this sometimes happened during live interviews and the incident was compounded by technical issues which meant the pair talked over each other.
The BBC said: ”We’d like to apologise for any offence that this interview has caused.” Continue Reading….
I am glad they issued an apology because Fiona was out of order.
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