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No it isn't, Seb. I am stunned by the blindness that falls over people's reason sometimes, and your article is an example of this. My response.

I am with Peter Hain, Howard Jacobson, and Diane Abbott on this one.

Good for you, Seb. The BBC was wrong and the format of the programme then, unfortunately, produced unintended consequences. Nazis are nazis and don't deserve air time.

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