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Good Morning Britain has been hit with 57,121 Ofcom complaints over the episode in which Piers Morgan said he did not believe Meghan Markle's comments in her Oprah Winfrey interview, and the next day's episode too.
Originally, more than 41,000 people complained to the broadcasting regulator, which confirmed it would be launching an investigation.
Following the complaints – as well as a direct complaint from Meghan Markle to ITV – Piers quit Good Morning Britain and said that freedom of speech was a "hill he was happy to die on".
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- Good Morning Britain
- Piers Morgan
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