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Journalists are out to censor the French GB News

15 February 2024

4:09 AM

15 February 2024

4:09 AM

Left-wing journalists have won a huge battle in France against CNews, the country’s most popular news channel. France’s Council of State, the country’s highest administrative court, has given the media regulator Arcom six months to investigate the channel to determine whether or not it is keeping to strict rules on balanced and independent journalism.

CNews is one of five French news channels and the only one that defiantly ignores the groupthink of leftist Paris journalists.

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