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Tom Watson offers no apology for handling of Brittan allegations

Labour deputy leader Tom Watson has defended his decision to pass on sex abuse allegations against former home secretary Leon Brittan.

Prime Minister David Cameron earlier said Mr Watson had "a lot of questions to answer" and should "examine his conscience" after Lord Brittan's brother called on him for an apology.

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No 'sorry' from Watson over Lord Brittan abuse claims

Labour's deputy leader Tom Watson has refused to apologise for raising allegations of sex abuse against former home secretary Lord Brittan.

Lord Brittan's brother has demanded his resignation and the Prime Minister feels Mr Watson needs to "examine his conscience".

ITV News Deputy Political Editor Chris Ship reports:

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