'In the absence of any evidence to support the reference to 'lots' of children being killed at the time of transmission, it seems to us to have risked misleading audiences on a material point,' the BBC said of Andrew Marr's reporting.
'What must Israel do? Let it happen? Let their citizens be killed by a bunch of people who are clearly hell-bent on violence? Tell me how that's an equal situation for both sides. It really isn't,' Cliff said.