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Twitter says UK PM Johnson's party misled public with 'factcheck' account

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Twitter says UK PM Johnson's party misled public with 'factcheck' account

Twitter says UK PM Johnson's party misled public with 'factcheck' account

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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