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Presenter leaves BBC after CLC interviews

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BBC Three Counties Radio presenter Iain Lee has reportedly left his job at the station following interviews that he conducted with Christian Legal Centre (CLC) client Rev Barry Trayhorn and CLC's Libby Powell. During the interviews, Iain Lee called Barry "obnoxious" and Libby "bigoted".

Last week the BBC issued an apology, but it was reported over the weekend that Iain Lee would no longer be presenting the breakfast show.

Listen to the interviews with Barry and Libby below:

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