No Sorry From Ken

True to form, Ken popped up on LBC this morning and refused to apologise for his comment that the Conservative Party was “riddled” with gays. Half an hour later a caller was still angry about it and Nick Ferrari seemed to imply that Ken’s position as a DJ at the radio station was “under review”. A coincidence?

Or has Ken’s big mouth blown him one of his most useful campaign tools?

Guido is trying to confirm the situation now…

UPDATE: The transcript:

Nick Ferrari: Judy from Brent is on the line now

Judy: What an offensive person he really is. You know, I really do think that LBC should take him off on a Saturday morning until the election

NF: Well I’m sure that is under review and we’ll let you know just as soon as possible

UPDATE II: LBC say “Nick was referring to the pending period before the Mayoral election, when Ken’s position at LBC 97.3 will be under review, rather than about the comments Ken made yesterday.” Something for that review to note perhaps…




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