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The Conservative Party accused of spreading ‘fake news’ after posting misleadingly edited footage of an interview with Labour’s Shadow Brexit Secretary Keir Starmer.
The footage appears to show Starmer left speechless by a question on Labour’s Brexit policy.
However, full footage of the interview shows that he immediately responded to the question.
The row comes as ministers confirm that Boris Johnson’s government will refuse to release a report into Russian influence on recent elections and referendums.
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The Conservative party have been accused of spreading fake news, after posting footage of Shadow Brexit Secretary Keir Starmer which was edited to falsely suggest he was left speechless during an interview.
The video, which has been shared by senior government figures including the Health Secretary Matt Hancock, is an edit of a video Starmer took part in this morning on ITV’s Good Morning Britain.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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