Anger in Leicester over chef's 'pariah' remark
The writer and chef Clarissa Dickson Wright has upset some people in Leicester after describing a visit there as "one of the most frightening experiences of her life".
In her book Clarissa's England, she said she felt a "complete outcast and pariah" in a Muslim part of the city.
Critics said the comments were hurtful.
BBC's Simon Ward reports.
16 Nov 2012
- From the section Leicester