Now I am seriously hacked off. Why should Lesley Douglas resign and Jonathan Ross stay in a job? I am sick of this "baying mob" mentality which demands a senior head should roll when some arrogant twerp decides he is untouchable and too powerful to be affected by controversy.
Jonathan Ross should quit. Or the BBC should do him for gross misconduct. If committing a broadcasting faux-pas serious enough for his controller to fall on her sword doesn't represent gross misconduct, then we may as well all climb under a rock right now.