Broadcast regulator Ofcom has ruled that the block of ice commissioned to stand in for Boris Johnson at Channel 4’s climate debate ‘was not a representation of the Prime Minister personally’ after the Conservatives come complained they were denied representation in the debate and that the block of ice breached rules about fair treatment.  

OFCOM ruled that little editorial focus was given to it’ and, during the debate, ‘the Conservatives’ viewpoint on climate and environmental issues was adequately reflected and given due weight’.


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