Sky News correspondent Adam Boulton is once again at the centre of hundreds of complaints to the media watchdog Ofcom over his conduct. The latest complaints surrounding Boulton concern his angry on-air spat with Alistair Campbell but also with the Culture Minister Ben Bradshaw.

 

Sky News correspondent Adam Boulton is once again at the centre of hundreds of complaints to the media watchdog Ofcom over his conduct. The latest complaints surrounding Boulton concern his angry on-air spat with Alistair Campbell but also with the Culture Minister Ben Bradshaw. Boutlon and Campbell exchanged angry words live on Sky News after Campbell accused Boulton of wanting to see David Cameron as Prime Minister. Ofcom has reportedly received hundreds of complaints from viewers about the row and Boulton’s angry exchange. The media watchdog has also received complaints from viewers regarding an exchange later in the day between Boulton and Labour minister Ben Bradshaw.

 

The media watchdog is still assessing 700 complaints about Boulton from the Second Leader’s Debate on Sky News which he allegedly “heckled” Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg over allegations involving expenses made in The Daily Telegraph. There has been criticism from some regarding the Murdoc Empire’s role in the General Election and have been accused by some of trying to “run” the election.

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