BBC journalist gets 'death threats' after EDL interview
BBC presenter Andrew Neil says has had death threats after a fiery confrontation with English Defence League (EDL) leader Tommy Robinson.
The interview was broadcast on the BBC's Sunday Politics show this morning, and saw Mr Neil repeatedly question Mr Robinson about his criminal past and the alleged fascist conduct of the EDL.
Writing on Twitter after the broadcast, Mr Neil said: "After EDL interview I've had death threats, been called a Muslim (whatever), an IRA sympathiser and of course a c***. All in a day's work."
Mr Robinson also took to the social networking site, and criticised the style of the interview. He wrote: "These interviews are not about debate or hearing our point of views but more about slandering and discrediting us."
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