Question Time producers left Fiona Bruce 'carrying the can' after she was accused of trivialising domestic violence, a former BBC executive has said.
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Her actions on the show sparked a backlash and 854 complaints from those accusing her of not taking seriously enough the issue of domestic violence.
Fiona Bruce, 58, eVDEn evE naKLiYAt quit as an ambassador for domestic abuse charity Refuge this week after she intervened when a Question Time panellist described Stanley Johnson as a 'wife-beater'.
But Roger Mosey, the corporation's former head of television news, said bosses could have edited her remarks out because the programme was pre-recorded. Should you have almost any queries about exactly where and the best way to make use of EVden EVe nakLiyAt, you'll be able to call us on the internet site.
<div class="art-ins mol-factbox floatRHS news" data-version="2" id="mol-bf72ccc0-c446-11ed-b17d-f72237df5412" website Bruce was 'left to carry can by bosses', says ex-BBC executive