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Most complained about moments on Jeremy Vine's show – Covid jabs and Ukraine war
Channel 5's weekday morning current affairs show.It was called The Wright Stuff, but changed to Jeremy Vine when he took over.The current affairs hooked television chat and topical debate show airs weekday mornings from 9:15 until 12:15.Hosted by Jeremy and Storm Huntley, each episode features celebrity panellists who debate the latest news, views and the headlines.Known for riling up guests and viewers at home with controversial opinions and segments, the Jeremy Vine show has had its fair share of OfCom complaints – keep reading to discover the most complained about moments.In January, Jeremy Vine's show received close to 800 Ofcom complaints following a controversial debate on compulsory vaccines for NHS staff.Before Health Secretary Sajid Javid announced a U-turn on the proposed rule, it was discussed on the show and sparked a huge row.At the time it was proposed that NHS workers were required to have their first jab by February 3 to continue in their frontline roles.Yasmin Alibhai-Brown and nutritionist Lowri Turner clashed when Yasmin aired her views on the matter.She said that she was not prepared to be treated by frontline workers who were not jabbed.Speaking to Jeremy she said: "I think unless there are medical reasons why staff are not jabbed."If you’re working in the NHS or care homes, you really should get jabbed."She continued: "If you’ve made a decision and you’ve come out on these demos, you must be brave enough to say I’ve not had the jab."The patient has the right to say I don’t want to be treated by you."Lowri said: "Initially I thought, we’re supposed to be all in this together, how incredibly selfish to put other people at risk.
Petition to get disturbing Jimmy Carr joke removed from Netflix gains 16,000 signatures
Jimmy Carr's 'racist' joke removed from his Netflix special His Dark Material.The stand-up show dropped to the streaming service in December but last week, Jimmy faced strong backlash when a clip from the special went viral for all the wrong reasons.A clip shared by Facebook user Alfie Best sees the 49-year-old comedian make light of the 'thousands of Gypsies that were killed by the Nazis', jokingly referring to the deaths as "the positives" of the Holocaust.Jimmy said: "When people talk about the Holocaust, they talk about the tragedy and horror of 6 million Jewish lives being lost to the Nazi war machine."But they never mention the thousands of Gypsies that were killed by the Nazis."No one ever wants to talk about that, because no one ever wants to talk about the positives."The 8 Out of 10 Cats presenter has since been condemned by anti-hate groups including the Holocaust Memorial Day Trust, the Auschwitz Memorial and Hope Not Hate.His words have been additionally criticised by British prime minister Boris Johnson, health secretary Sajid Javid, comedian David Baddiel and My Big Fat Gypsy Wedding's Paddy Doherty.Pleas for Netflix to take down the special or edit out the joke have also gone unanswered, leading The Traveller Movement to create an online petition.The ActionStorm petition, titled 'Jimmy Carr: The Genocide of Roma is Not a Laughing Matter', pleads with the streamer to remove the offending His Dark Material clip.Arguing that Jimmy's joke was "nothing short of a celebration of genocide", the petition has already been signed by over 16,000 people - with an overall target of 25,000 signatures.A description reads: "We appreciate that comedy is subjective but in our view when punchlines are indistinguishable from