Twitter reacts to the end of topless models on The Sun's page 3

After 44 years, The Sun has scrapped topless models from its page 3 slot in a move that has provoked mixed reactions on Twitter.

Speculation has been brewing this week as the page 3 slot has not featured a topless woman since Friday last week.

The paper will instead feature topless women online, in a move that has been criticised by some:

Others have questioned whether the move marks an attack on freedom of speech:

Glamour model Jodie Marsh has also chimed in on the debate, in defence of Page 3:

Meanwhile, campaign group No More Page 3 is celebrating after campaigning since August 2012 to remove topless models from The Sun's Page 3:

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