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Hang the DJ starred Peaky Blinders actor Joe Cole as Frank and BAFTA winner Georgina Campbell as Amy.The romantic hopefuls went on one date before they were told by the system, who they referred to as “coach”, that their relationship was due to “expire” in just 12 hours.Amy and Frank chose each other but decided to escape from the system and climb over the wall and live together.As they scaled the wall, it turned out that they were both inside a simulated app and that they had escaped 998 times before out of a total 1,000 simulations.After a fortnight of recriminations, demands for an apology reached a climax once the Ministry of Defence declared that they could not have been taken in Iraq.Col David Black, a former commanding officer of the regiment, said: "It is time the ego of an editor is measured against the life of a soldier."A statement from Mirror publishers Trinity Mirror said last night: "The board of Trinity Mirror has decided that it would be inappropriate for Piers Morgan to continue in his role as editor of the Daily Mirror and he will therefore be stepping down with immediate effect."The Daily Mirror published in good faith photographs which it absolutely believed were genuine images...
BLACK MIRROR SEASON 4, METALHEAD EXPLAINEDBut before the special day they would allowed to date one last person.
Downing Street refused to comment on the resignation, saying it was a matter for the Mirror board.
Last night the regimental secretary, Lt Col John Downham, was proved right after saying: "This regiment has seen off Louis X1V, Napoleon, Kaiser Bill, and Hitler.
Black Mirror season four, episode four explored the world of dating apps and online dating.
The Netflix instalment saw singletons using a “system” to find their perfect partner.
Hang the DJ ended on a uncharacteristic high note as the characters appeared to live happily ever after.