BNP Back New Series Of Midsomer Murders

The producer of ITV1’s Midsomer Murders has been suspended after saying the drama “wouldn’t work” if there was racial diversity in the show.

Brian True-May, who co-created the series, told the Radio Times the long-running drama was a “last bastion of Englishness” and should stay that way.

Production company All3Media told the BBC Mr True-May had been suspended pending an internal investigation.

ITV said it was “shocked and appalled” by the producer’s comments.

“We are in urgent discussions with All3Media…who have informed us that they have launched an immediate investigation into the matter,” a spokesman added.

The news has cast doubt upon future story line in which a Nick Griffin was due to move in to the area only to contract a pigment disorder which turns his skin black.

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