Sarkozy in racism row after ‘monkey’ comment


Former French president appeared to reference controversial the Agatha Christie novel now known as 'And Then There Were None' on TV show in discussion about whether he was allowed to use the word 'monkey'.

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Former French president Nicolas Sarkozy has been accused of racism after complaining that people are not allowed to use the word “monkey” anymore following the renaming of a classic novel to remove a racial slur, reports The Independent.