Ofcom is currently investigating the state-backed Chinese broadcaster, CGTN, to determine whether the channel’s coverage of anti-government demonstrations in Hong Kong broke broadcasting rules “requiring news to be presented with due impartiality”.

This is not the first time that Ofcom has investigated CGTN. In May, Ofcom launched a formal investigation into claims that the channel had aired the forced confessions of prisoners, including one of a British citizen.

In Parliament, I raised concerns about CGTN’s continued breach of UK broadcasting regulations ahead of the launch of its London-based operation.

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