Wednesday, September 26, 2012

Frank Gardner BBC reporter in troubled waters over Royal statement

One of the prime reporters of BBC is cornered on one of his logically wrong action that was initiated by a technically wrong action of Queen Elizabeth II.

Technically the Queen is not supposed to give political statements. In one of her one to one informal discussion with the above mentioned senior reporter, she mentioned her frustration on no action taken on a terrorist who was not acted upon by legal agencies while he stayed in London and spread hateful messages. Later he was deported out of UK.

Since this was a personal discussion between the Queen and the reporter, later was not supposed to publish it or release it, which he did. This brought both BBC and the Queen in an embarrassing position for which BBC had to apologize from the Queen.

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