Jeremy Paxman dipped a toe into the hot water that sometimes divides these islands when, last week, he said Tony Blair was wrong to have apologised for the Famine. "Apologising for things that your great, great, great, great-grandfather or grandmother did seems to me a complete exercise in moral vacuousness," he said of a prime minister who was no stranger to that.
Paxman believes it's "nothing short of a scandal" that the history of...
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