Daily Star Sunday|February 28, 2021
Now BBC says Porridge is offensive
WOKE Beeb bosses have “banged up” the classic prison sitcom Porridge.

They have issued Norman Stanley Fletcher, played by the late Ronnie Barker, with a “discriminatory language” warning.

Fans of the Seventies comedy – set in fictional HM Prison Slade in Cumberland – say it’s an injustice.

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