Benedict Cumberbatch rounds on critics after refugee speech row



Benedict Cumberbatch has hit back after he was criticised for making speeches on stage attacking the government over the refugee crisis.
The Hollywood star, 40, said it was ridiculous he had been accused of hypocrisy for not offering accommodation to refugees in his own house.
Cumberbatch criticised the government's "slow response" to the crisis of Syrians fleeing war during the curtain call of his Hamlet performance last year.
In an interview with the November issue of British GQ, Cumberbatch said the house he owns has no electricity or running water.
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3 October 2016 in Regional East, Views: 28
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