UK press body chief quits as Meghan racism claims roil media

LONDON (AP) – The head of a major British press organisation has resigned over his response to Meghan and Harry’s television interview – the second senior United Kingdom (UK) media figure to leave amid a heated debate over the royal couple’s allegations of racism and bias.

Ian Murray said he was stepping down as executive director of the Society of Editors after issuing a statement that many felt downplayed the problem of racism in the media.

More details on Friday’s Borneo Bulletin