Stephen Fry said the Prime Minister "may be right" after he ruled out boycotting the 2014 Winter Olympics in Russia, but asked, "Is there nothing we can do?"
After David Cameron said it was "better to challenge prejudice as we attend" the event in Sochi, Fry wrote on Twitter:
.@david_cameron PM, you may be right. Would that have been true in 1936? But is there nothing we can DO? Putin grow and grows in confidence
Lots of people popping down to Whitehall to make their feelings known. What to wear, what to wear?
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