1. John Humphrys went on to use the term "second referendum" without any qualification at all.
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6. John Humphrys referred to these facts on 31 October 2006 on BBC Radio 4 in the programme Humphrys in Search of God.
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11. John Humphrys still made occasional appearances fronting BBC TV news bulletins in the 1990s.
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12. John Humphrys was an average pupil and left school at 15 to become a reporter on the Penarth Times.
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14. John Humphrys was born in Cardiff at 193 Pearl Street, Adamsdown, son of Winifred Mary, a hairdresser, and Edward George Humphrys, a self-employed French polisher.
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15. John Humphrys refused to reveal how much he was paid when challenged earlier this year by Edward Leigh, the Conservative MP for Gainsborough and Market Rasen.
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19. In December 2013 John Humphrys was featured in an episode of the BBC Wales series Coming Home, together with his older brother Graham.
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21. In 2017, John Humphrys earned between £600,000 and £649,999 as a BBC presenter.
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22. John Humphrys was criticised for his statement and listeners called on the BBC to correct him.
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23. John Humphrys has written several books, including Lost for Words, in which he criticizes what he sees as the widespread misuse of the English language, plus Devil's Advocate, Beyond Words, The Great Food Gamble and In God We Doubt: Confessions of a Failed Atheist.
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