The old Morrissey vs the NME spat has reared it's head over at his website.
A couple of days ago The Guardian wrote an article about comedians trying to offend. One of their targets was Richard herring who takes on the persona of a racist in his act in order to make anti-racist points. (though not anywhere near as well as his old mate Stewart Lee)
Andrew sprang to his mates defence in his blog saying how terrible it was that The Guardian misrepresented him. Personally I don't think Richard came across in the article as a racist at all so it's all a storm in a teacup. But, a lot of people on Andrew's site have pointed out "hang on, that's what you did to Morrissey!". Of course, Andrew has trotted out the old line of "We never said he was a racist, we just asked some questions", but so far he doesn't seem to be convincing anyone.
My view is that Andrew Collins is just a bit thick and goes along with what his cleverer friends say and do, he doesn't seem to have any recognition of the slight hypocrisy of his position.