Baroness Grey-Thompson: 'Alan Oliveira deserved to win'

Oscar Pistorius says he would like to work with the International Paralympic Committee following comments he made after being beaten into second place in the 200 metre final.

He said the race was unfair because the blades of the Brazilian athlete, Alan Oliveira who won gold, were about four inches longer than his.

Mr Pistorius has since apologised for the timing of his remarks but insists there "is an issue".

5 liveBreakfast asked Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson what she made of Oliveira's win and of Pistorius's comments.

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