A U.Okay. broadcaster has been criticized by “Final Week Tonight” viewers after it reduce jokes about Queen Elizabeth’s loss of life from John Oliver’s newest monologue.

On Sunday evening’s broadcast stateside, the comic cracked smart in regards to the huge response to the loss of life of the British monarch and ridiculed manufacturers like Domino’s pizza for flocking to social media to pay tribute to her.

“Clearly, we have to begin with the U.Okay., which is clearly nonetheless reeling from the stunning loss of life of a 96-year-old lady from pure causes,” Oliver mentioned after a phase in regards to the president of Chile. “It’s a massive second, which, for some cause, completely everybody felt that they needed to weigh in on.”

“The queen’s loss of life is unfortunately not the one traumatic occasion that Britain has needed to cope with this week,” he added after his bit in regards to the manufacturers. “As a result of on Tuesday, Liz Truss, mainly Margaret Thatcher if she had been excessive on glue, grew to become its new prime minister.”

On Sky’s broadcast in Britain, the episode cuts from Oliver’s feedback in regards to the Chilean president to his quip about British Prime Minister Liz Truss, in response to Variety.

One other particularly savage joke throughout one other phase wherein he insisted “the nicest factor the Queen of England ever did for anybody was die the week that lady grew to become prime minister” additionally didn’t make the reduce, in response to Rolling Stone.

Viewers took to social media to complain in regards to the edit.

“Don’t censor my @LastWeekTonight. I’m British, I’m a monarchist and I CAN TAKE A JOKE!!!” one viewer tweeted, tagging Sky, including that if Oliver needed to joke in regards to the queen, “I wanna hear it.”

“The protection and compelled mourning right here is getting actual out of hand,” the Twitter user added.

“Simply watched this on Sky and so they edited out the least offensive Queen bit conceivable actually clumsily,” one other wrote.

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