LONDON: Britain’s Conservative Social gathering has been accused of attempting to deceive voters by altering the name of its press workplace Twitter channel to “factcheckUK” during Tuesday’s night time’s debate between Prime Minister Boris Johnson and opposition chief Jeremy Corbyn.
Twitter says it should take “decisive corrective motion” in opposition to related methods sooner or later.
Will Moy, chief government of the London-primarily based truth-checking web site Full Truth, advised the BBC: “It was an try and mislead voters, and I feel it’s inappropriate and deceptive for a severe political social gathering to behave that manner.”
The official Conservative Social gathering press workplace Twitter channel reverted to the name “CCHQ Press” after the debate. Under the name “factcheckUK,” it posted a sequence of tweets supporting Johnson whereas the debate was in progress.



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