A CABINET Minister last night admitted mistakes in the sacking of housing tsar Sir Roger Scruton.
Communities Secretary James Brokenshire said: “We could have done things differently – that is something I do acknowledge.
“I’m very saddened by the whole situation as to his this occurred.”
Sir Roger was booted out as a housing adviser on the Building Better, Building Beautiful Commission after an incendiary report claimed he had been anti-Semitic and racist.
Supporters last week claimed he had been wrongly dismissed when a full transcript of the interview with New Statesman emerged.
Mr Brokenshire – who never contacted Sir Roger before the sacking earlier this month – told LBC he had a “huge amount of respect” for him.
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