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Why did Channel 4 show this obscene quiz? MP's disgust at revolting jokes about the Queen

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Channel 4 has come pressure to explain why it broadcast the Big Fat Quiz of 2012 show, in which comics James Corden and Jack Whitehall made countless crude gags....

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