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Sky Information has axed political commentary system Outsiders just days after sacking controversial commentator Mark Latham.  

The program, due to go in order to air on Sunday morning, provides been removed from the internet system guide.

A Sky News spokeswoman confirmed the show was removed from the airwaves on Fri.  

‘The program is in break, ‘ she told Mumbrella.  

Mark Latham's contract as a contributor with Sky News Australia has been terminated

Mark Latham’s contract as a factor with Sky News Australia provides been terminated

Mr Latham has lost his Sky News Australia contract following a string of heavily scrutinized comments

Mr Latham has dropped his Sky News Australia agreement following a string of seriously scrutinized comments

 Former Labor leader Indicate Latham co-hosted the show together with ex-Liberal MP Ross Cameron plus Spectator Australia editor Rowan Leader.  

The three men openly talked about political issues on the system, which first aired in Dec 2016.  

The outspoken trio had been broken up on Wednesday whenever Mr Latham was axed regarding controversial on-air comments.  

In Mar, the former federal Labor head labelled a Sydney schoolboy ‘gay’ regarding appearing in a pro-feminism movie.  

Mr Latham made the responses in regards to a Sydney Boys High College student who supported feminism upon International Women’s Day.  

Following the termination of Mr Latham's contract, Sky News have also axed show Outsiders as well

Following the particular termination of Mr Latham’s agreement, Sky News have also axed show Outsiders as well

‘I believed the first guy was homosexual â? maybe that’s all they will have left now, ‘ Latham said.   

‘And so this matter continued and on and this was on Facebook and all of these boys standing around deceiving to be girls.

‘Even although boys aren’t supposed to end up being girls, ‘ the broadcasters stated on the show.

Former Nsw premier Kristina Keneally, who can be the Sky News contributor, final week complained to Sky administration about Mr Latham referring in order to her as a ‘Yankee sheila’ on The Outsiders program he or she co-hosted with controversial former Generous MP Ross Cameron.

ABC stereo 702 Sydney morning show speaker Wendy Harmer on Tuesday required legal action against Mr Latham for suggesting she was the commercial failure, even though the girl was a Number 1 FM breakfast show personality with 2Day-FM for more than a 10 years, between 1992 and 2003.  

Mr Latham has come under open fire after suggesting Harmer, who provides a cleft palate, could just get a job at the particular ‘sheltered’ ABC because she actually is the ‘female with a disability’.  

Lawyers for Ms Harmer have delivered Sky News a legal notice arguing his on-air remarks upon his program The Outsiders upon Sunday were defamatory, The Aussie reported.  

The TV network’s politics editor David Speers announced upon the PM Agenda program the particular ending of Mr Latham’s agreement.  

‘Sky News is finished the agreement of contributor Mark Latham, ‘ he said on Wednesday mid-day from the Canberra studio.

‘This follows a number of techniques regarding his comments around Kristina Keneally, Wendy Harmer and certainly the story that is doing the particular rounds on a lot associated with news sites today in connection to some Sydney Boys Higher School students and a movie they recorded for International Ladies Day.

‘We can confirm the particular breaking news that Mark Latham’s contract with Sky News provides been ended so there a person go. ‘ 


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