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Question Time regrets over Alice immigration debate

The Question Time of BBC says sorry to the Alice Gross family after her sister said it was horrible to mark a question connecting to the murder of 14 years old girl. Nina Gross said it was very insensitive to use her family’s anguish for political agendas. Police men have suspected Latvian Arnis Zalkalns before her body was found. Alice was seen on 28 August after leaving her home in Hanwell, west London. Aimed at BBC Twitter accounts, she said it is really heartless and hideous that they have used her family’s disaster on question time. The BBC has made a statement restating its apologies to the family. The statement said that Question Time is a topical discussion program and they make out the public interest in the issues concerned with this tragedy. Reportedly, they were trying to tackle this matter as sensitively as possible. After a huge police search, Alice’s Gross body was found in the River Brent. The Question Time of BBC asks for pardon to the Alice Gross family after her sister said it was horrible to mark a question connecting to the murder of 14 years old girl.

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