China accuses Britain of ‘prejudice’ in revoking CGTN licence | The World

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In a sign of growing tensions, the UK has banned China’s state broadcaster CGTN, saying the network is breaking licensee rules. China has since hit back, accusing the BBC of bias and deception in its coverage. ABC China correspondent Bill Birtles tells The World Britain’s decision comes after years of pressure from advocacy groups.

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