Press watchdog clears Sun writer who referred to 'the Muslim problem'

23 November 2017 @16:13 | The Guardian
Muslim and Jewish groups condemn ruling which says Trevor Kavanagh article did not breach code though could cause offence The Independent Press Standards Organisation has cleared a column in the Sun, written by Trevor Kavanagh, which referred to “the Muslim problem”. In a decision that prompted anger from groups representing Jews and Muslims, Ipso ruled that the column did not breach accuracy or discrimination clauses in the editors’ code of practice. continue...


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