But attorney general thinks a "great deal of persuasion" would be needed for ministers to agree.
Jeremy Corbyn has been under pressure to speak out over unrest.
Life Outside The Bubble - Three Takeaways From A Halifax Discussion Among Working Class Leave Voters For The BBC
This week, Ipsos MORI convened a focus group of seven working class Leave voters in Halifax. Over a take away curry, moderated by the Today programme's Nick Robinson, the discussion shed light on the ways these voters perceive the current political climate. Footage of the group will be shown across BBC News this weekend. Three key points stood out from the discussion.
While The Sun’s Political Editor accused Gardiner of preferring censorship. The BBC has been contacted for comment but did
Campaign group also encouraged people to complain to the BBC.
Ken Loach, the film director and leading Corbyn supporter has also in the past encouraged people to call the BBC to complain
Poor Nick Robinson suffered a very unfortunate slip of the tongue while discussing Philip Hammond on BBC Radio 4’s Today
'Do you ever feel like a pop star?' 'No'