Posted on 31-Jan-2020


Ms Hopkins removal from the site comes after campaigners including Countdown host Rachel Riley, demanded she be removed from the social media provider. After meetings with Twitter representatives at the Centre for Countering Digital Hate campaign group in a call to prevent Hopkins' online presence, it was confirmed she would be suspended indefinitely from Twitter. Ms Riley wrote: “If Katie Hopkins’ latest tweets on Stormzy don’t constitute incitement to racial hatred I really don’t know what does. She is a criminal."  CEO of CCDHATE Imran Ahmed told iNews: "We are pleased that preliminary action appears to have been taken by Twitter against the identity-based hate actor, Katie Hopkins, following productive discussions with Twitter’s UK office,” “There is a long road ahead before social media is made safe for dialogue, information exchange and the formation and maintenance of relationships.“The
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