Almost 1,200 TV freelancers signed the open letter to ITV expressing concern at the 'GMB' host's treatment of a former colleague on Twitter.
The BBC newsreader retweeted a post by the 'Good Morning Britain' host criticising the government response to the coronavirus pandemic.
The reality TV star was targeted when she was chosen to be featured on 'Life Stories'.
The actor originally took legal action against up to 70 individuals for their anti-Semitic tweets.
Barrister Jon Holbrook has been asked to delete his tweet about a schoolgirl awarded a settlement in a race discrimination case.
The judge said the backdrop to the dispute was the ‘debate about anti-Semitism and the Labour Party’.
Shadow minister David Lammy has said Twitter is too sneering of working-class people – and that it favours people 'who have got lots of degrees'.
The 68-year-old conspiracy theorist has already been banned from Facebook and YouTube, but his Instagram account remains active.
While testifying before the Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee, Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey responded to questions from Sen. Cory Gardner about tweets denying the Holocaust. Dorsey said the company does not have a misinformation policy against users posting Holocaust denials.
Edmund O'Leary, 51, from Epsom, Surrey, has received positive messages from all over the world.
Celebrity chef James Martin is taking a step back from social media after being targeted by 'vile' trolls following technical glitches on an online cook-along.
Director general Tim Davie told MPs new guidelines will mean the BBC 'will be able to take people off Twitter'.
The drunk driver reportedly tried to give a false name to police when he was pulled over but was recognised by an officer who remembered him from school.
The grime artist's accounts have now been removed from Twitter, Facebook and Instagram following his anti-Semitic remarks.
Celebrities have joined at 48-hour Twitter walkout in response to the platform's handling of anti-Semitic tweets by the grime artist Wiley.
Piers Morgan shares shocking response after singer James Blunt reveals what he'd look like as a women with gender-swap app picture
Jess Phillips said the screengrab shared on Twitter was "completely fake" and had put her and her family and staff at risk.
The England and Manchester United footballer said he was 'concerned' over the response he received from work and pensions secretary Therese Coffey.
Celebrity Gogglebox viewers have taken to Twitter vent their anger at the Channel 4 show for appearing to break social distancing rules
TV presenter Fiona Phillips says trolls forced her off Twitter after she shared her experience of coronavirus.