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Simon Warr dead: BBC host dies a day after detailing 'serious health condition' aged 65

BBC Radio Suffolk star Simon Warr has died aged 65 after a battle with pancreatic and liver cancer. The broadcaster, who also starred in Channel 4’s That’ll Teach ‘Em, died while surrounded by his family this morning. 

A statement on Simon’s Twitter page today reads: “It is with great sadness that I’ve been asked to let all Simon’s followers know that he passed away early this morning at the age of 65 after a short battle with pancreatic/liver cancer.

“He was surrounded by his family, as well as the love & prayers of his many friends.”

They added: “Simon’s family have asked me to thank everyone who sent him such kind messages of love, support & hope.

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“Simon’s campaign for justice for the falsely accused will continue.”

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“It is a comfort to know that my book Presumed Guilty has been useful for so many who have faced this ordeal & for their families.

“There is still much work to do, but I’ll not be able to be part of it,” he continued, before signing off.

“I have greatly enjoyed tweeting & campaigning, as well as meeting some of you. Goodbye to you all, dear friends. Yours, Simon.”

Many of the broadcaster’s fans have paid a tribute to the late star on social media today.

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