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Paxman rapped over 'hogwash'

JEREMY PAXMAN breached guidelines on causing offence in his interview with Professor Richard Dawkins on BBC2's Newsnight, the BBC Trust editorial-standards committee has ruled. The committee rejected a complainant's accusation of bias, but said that some viewers were "unlikely" to have expected the presenter's style to extend to the use of terms such as "religious hogwash" in reference to Genesis, and "stupid people", when ...

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