Katie Hopkins axed from radio show on LBC

Controversial broadcaster Katie Hopkins has been axed from LBC, the radio station has said.
On Friday LBC announced they and Ms Hopkins, 42, have agreed that she will leave the radio station immediately.
The media personality and columnist has in the past sparked outcry with comments over terrorism and Islam as well as for remarks mocking Russell Brand, princes William and Harry and Lily Allen.
Despite always being known for her controversial views, the backlash peaked last week when she called for a “final solution” following the Manchester attack.

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