Meghan Markle and Piers Morgan: Vine panel clash over pair
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A heated row between TalkRadio host James Max and activist Dr Shola Mos-Shogbamimu erupted on the Jeremy Vine show this morning, arguing about the tension between Meghan Markle and Piers Morgan. It came after the former breakfast TV presenter was cleared by Ofcom of any breaching of the broadcasting code for the controversial comments he made about the Duchess of Sussex earlier this year.
Arguing on the show, James Max said: “If for example, she got back in touch with him and said ‘Look, I’m really sorry. I can’t talk to you, I can’t talk to any journalists’.
“ ‘When we meet in public again, I’d be sure to go through my people’.”
Dr Shola then interjected: “I am sorry, this is nonsense.
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“No woman owes any man any response.”
Mr Max chipped in: “It’s got nothing to do with a man or a woman.”
Dr Shola continued: “Yes, it does.”
Mr Max piqued: “What a load of rubbish”.
Dr Shola continued: “He texted her, she did not text him back.
“End of story. They don’t have to be friends.”
She went on: “But what he [Piers Morgan] has done is the equivalent of stalking, and this society is rewarding him for his bad behaviour.”
The row then became indistinct as both guests talked over each other.
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Piers Morgan left his job previously on ITV breakfast show after questioning some of the claims Prince Harry and Meghan Markle made during the interview with Oprah Winfrey.
However yesterday, the media regulator Ofcom decided the programme had not been in breach of the broadcasting code.
Piers Morgan said: “Today, Ofcom has emphatically endorsed my right to not believe what the Duke and Duchess of Sussex were saying.
“And I’m delighted that they’ve actually recognised what I said five months ago, which is actually, in a democracy, we have a thing called free speech and freedom of expression and you’re allowed to have an opinion even if Meghan and Harry in their California mansion don’t like it.”
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