Apr 11, 2020

Sun columnist Kelvin MacKenzie suspended over 'wrong, unfunny' Ross Barkley column - ITV News

Sun columnist Kelvin MacKenzie has been suspended from the newspaper after a column in which he described the people of Liverpool as "drug dealers" and convicts. Sun publisher News UK said he had been suspended for expressing "wrong" and "unfunny" views about the city's residents in a column attacking England international Ross Barkley. The announcement came after the Mayor of Liverpool...

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