gaffe


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"This is why some people, including the prince, need an urgent history lesson ANITA SETHI WRITER ON SHOCK AT CHARLES' GAFFE
Hours later, Marr repeated Naughtie's gaffe live on air.
No matter how much such public gaffes are manipulated by the media, evidence suggests that very little changes.
Bungling Boris Johnson's recent gaffe has further imperilled Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe.
The gaffe happened late on Friday night when singer Robin was reviewing the Saturday papers which revealed Barbara's confession that she once romped with Maurice, who died in 2003 aged 53.
Miss Malin was on an outside broadcast at Trentham Gardens, near Stoke on Trent, and was soaked to the skin in horrendous weather when she made the gaffe during the live 6pm bulletin.
Survivors of May's suicide bombing, in which 22 died and 500 were injured, were left distressed and the gaffe breached the Data Protection Act.
That is a proper, Ratnertastic, 24 carat, foot-in-mouth gaffe.
ULSTER actor James Nesbitt made a huge gay gaffe on the Jonathan Ross show prompting a back stage apology, The People can reveal.
The former Liverpool defender turned BBC football pundit's TV gaffe has sparked a flood of angry letters to the Daily Record.
The Queen was amused when she spotted her husband's latest gaffe.
PRINCE Philip made another incredible gaffe yesterday by insulting his hosts during a state visit to Africa.
The 29-year-old, who is pregnant with her first child, explained that despite immediately realising their mistake, there was little they could do about the grammatical gaffe.
A TV newsreader has apologised to viewers after an on-air gaffe when she said it was "p***ing it down".
Mrs Barnes was grilled for almost two hours by a panel of councillors and accused of making "gaffe after gaffe after gaffe" on the show.