Question Time producers left Fiona Bruce ‘carrying the can’ after she was accused of trivialising domestic violence, a former BBC executive has said

Question Time producers left Fiona Bruce ‘carrying the can’ after she was accused of trivialising domestic violence, a former BBC executive has said.

Ms Bruce, 58, quit as an ambassador for domestic abuse charity Refuge this week after she intervened on Thursday last week when a Question Time panellist described Stanley Johnson, father of ex-Prime Minister Boris, as a ‘wife-beater’.

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But Roger Mosey, EvDEn eVE nakliyAt the corporation’s former head of television news, said bosses could have edited her remarks out because the programme was pre-recorded. If you cherished this report and you would like to obtain additional info concerning EvDEn EvE nAkliyAt kindly check out our own web site.  

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