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Twitter criticizes UK Conservatives for 'fact-check' rebrand

Deutsche Welle Wednesday, 20 November 2019
Twitter has criticized UK PM Boris Johnson's Conservative Party for misleading the public by changing the name of one of its accounts to resemble a fact-checking service during a televised election debate.
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The Conservative Party has been criticised after it changed the name of its press office Twitter account to Fact Check UK during a live TV debate between Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Labour's Jeremy Corbyn. Joe Davies reports.

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