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BBC's Giles Coren deletes 'sick tweets' amidst backlash after reaction to death of critic

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Twitter page, in which he appeared to mock the death of someone.The BBC presenter has since found himself at the centre of outrage after his "sick posts".Presenter Giles, 51, claimed the Twitter user had said "vile and hurtful things" about his relatives before unleashing his reaction.The Times Radio presenter later removed his initial post before hitting publish on another tweet in view of his 224,300 followers.Several users took his posts to be about the death of fellow journalist, Dawn Foster, who died suddenly on July 15, aged just 33.Dawn passed away after a long-term illness, confirmed those close to her.In a now-deleted tweets, Giles wrote: "When someone dies who has trolled you on Twitter, saying vile and hurtful things about you.

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