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The Sun features a topless girl on Page 3 of its Thursday edition ending rumours that the newspaper has decided to quietly drop the feature.Read the full story ›
So far it has not been officially confirmed and may yet prove to be an elaborate stunt - but reports that the Sun newspaper has called time on page three has sparked sharp debate.
There has been no topless model in the paper since Friday - a move which has been welcomed by ministers and campaigners, but not by all of the models themselves.
ITV News correspondent Juliet Bremner reports:
Television presenter and former page 3 model Melinda Messenger has issued a statement saying it is a "good decision" to end page 3 in the Sun newspaper.
I personally think it's a good decision to end page 3. It's had a long life but we all have to change for the better. That is what society is all about.
We live in a time now, where we are one click away from seeing thousands of naked images of both men and women.
Our kids have full access to a whole gamut of images, a lot of which are potentially damaging to the development of their sense of self, and I think this is the bigger issue we should be concerned about.