Jeremy Clarkson’s Meghan Markle column breaks UK press watchdog complaint record

Jeremy Clarkson’s controversial article about Meghan Markle has become the most complained article for the Independent Press Standards Organization in the UK.

This column has received more than 17,500 complaints since it was published on Friday.

Ipso says the work has been removed from Sunon Monday at Clarkson’s request, had received more than 17,500 complaints as of 9 a.m. Tuesday.

An Ipso spokesperson said: “We will follow our normal processes to examine the complaints we have received. PA Press Agency.

“This will take longer than usual because of the volume of claims.”

The spokesperson added that the number of complaints will be subject to change.

This also surpasses the total number of complaints received by the media regulator in 2021, which is 14,355.

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In the post, before top gear The presenter said he “hated” Meghan Markle.

The 62-year-old wrote that he dreamed of the day Markle would march naked across England while crowds chanted “shame” and threw “poop” at her.

Sun has now removed Clarkson’s comments section from its website. “Due to Jeremy Clarkson’s tweet, he asked us to take down last week’s article,” the page now reads.

Sadiq Khan, Nicola Sturgeon and even Clarkson’s stepdaughter, Emily, have publicly criticized the presenter’s comments.

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