BBC News interview with broadcaster Darcus Howe

BBC News interviews Trinidadian British writer and broadcaster, Darcus Howe, on the street in Croydon, as unrest spreads.  Howe calls the events an “insurrection,” not a riot.  What kind of distinction is he trying to make? Is it convincing? Does it even matter what it’s called?

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One response to “BBC News interview with broadcaster Darcus Howe

  1. That was thee most unintelligble reponse by a so called broadcaster that I have ever heard. I question who gave him the position of being a broadcaster in the first place. It seems as though he was just ranting. He didn’t answer any of the womans questions or address any of the causes the riots. Ironically, he accused the woman of being disrespectuful, when in reality he was being disrespectful and sugar coated the fact that he took part in riots.

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