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Amber Rudd says sorry to Diane Abbott for calling her 'coloured'


The Work and Pensions Secretary, Amber Rudd, has apologised to Diane Abbott for “clumsy language” after describing the Shadow Home Secretary as “coloured” in a radio interview. In a tweet after the interview, Abbott said the use of coloured was an “offensive and revealing choice of words”. The comment came during an interview with Jeremy Vine on BBC Radio 2, in a section of the discussion connected to the abuse and online trolling suffered by many MPs.


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