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REVEALED: Ofcom FAILED to rap Sky News after complaints about Tommy Robinson Interview

BRITAIN’s Media Regulator Ofcom FAILED to take action after the government organization received more than 3,000 complaints about a biased Sky News interview with right-wing activist Tommy Robinson.

The Sky News interview was the third most complained about programme of 2018.

Sky News received 4,251 complaints over the year reported The Press Gazette.

Politicalite urged our readers to complain to Ofcom following the biased interview by Sky’s Jason Farrell.

We also attacked Sky’s interview with a Tory MP were Kay Burley compared a Falklands War Hero’s facial burns to wearing the Burqa following Boris Johnson’s comments.

Ofcom received 592 complaints about the incident.

Ofcom said: “Viewers are as passionate about what they watch as ever, discussing programmes with their friends and family, and with other people on social media.”

But the regulator did “nothing” over the complaints.

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  1. MatCon

    December 31, 2018 at 11:34

    This just shows even regulators in the UK are in on the joke on the working class. We not laughing at ourselves anymore though and sh*t going to get serious in 2019.

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