Comedian David Baddiel, who has backed a campaign to ban football fans using an anti-Semitic term, said he is "OK" with the Prime Minister "taking an opposing position to me."
Baddiel wrote on Twitter:
To those asking - yes I'm OK with David Cameron taking an opposing position to me on The Y-Word. To be honest, it's a dream come true.
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