Daily Star

My toxic left-wing gags are politicall­y incorrect


- ■ by JACK ANDREWS jack.andrews@dailystar.co.uk

COMIC Nish Kumar has admitted his savage Leftwing satire show could be tearing the country apart.

The host of The Mash Report said: “It’s constantly of a concern to me that I, personally, am making things worse.”

Kumar made the confession after veteran broadcaste­r Andrew Neil slammed the late-night BBC comedy show as “self-satisfied, self-adulatory, unchalleng­ed propaganda”.

The comic said he fears the politics and news satire programme is “reinforcin­g our politicall­y polarising culture” and may even be preventing Britain coming


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But he explained he gives Labour MPS an easy ride because they had suffered enough at the ballot box. Kumar said: “I’m not sure those people need to be further

Brexit has beat up. They’re getting their beat-downs from election results.”

In December he was booed and pelted with a bread roll at a charity lunch for joking about Tories Boris Johnson and Jacob Rees-mogg.

“I’m entitled to express my opinion and they’re entitled to express their opinion about my opinion,” said the 34-year-old.

“I don’t really have a problem with it. I’m a comedian – worse things have happened to me.”

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