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UK minister apologises for Weinstein ‘joke’ on live radio

LONDON: A British minister apologised "unreservedly" on Saturday after making a joke about disgraced movie mogul Harvey Weinstein on a live BBC radio show. Environment Secretary Michael Gove drew immediate ire after comparing being interviewed by the programme's presenter with "going into Harvey Weinstein's bedroom," adding "you hope to emerge with your dignity intact". Gove, who was facing questions from interviewer John Humphrys in a special edition of BBC Radio 4's "Today" show in front of a live audience, swiftly…