Belfast Telegraph

Tuesday 24 May 2016

Why our wronged baker kneads an apology now

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Published 29/08/2014

Who would have thought with all the problems that face the UK that a Baked Alaska would send temperatures soaring?

Belfast baker Iain Watters was fuming when one of his fellow contestants on The Great British Bake Off removed his dessert from the fridge in a roasting hot tent. He was thrown out of the contest when he refused to present his dish to the judges.

But Iain showed his forgiving nature by saying he doesn't blame the lady responsible, Diane Beard, and called on Twitter followers to lay off criticising her.

But this newspaper still fears he was unfairly given the cold shoulder by the judges and therefore has launched a campaign to get him an apology.

Sign up to get justice for Iain – but if you meet him just don't ask him to bake you this particular dessert.

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