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Jim Waterson / The Guardian:
UK Culture Secretary Nadine Dorries says the BBC's license fee will be abolished in 2027 and the broadcaster's funding will be frozen for the next two years
Gerry Smith / Bloomberg:
DirecTV plans to drop One America News Network after its current agreement expires, which a source says is in early April; DirecTV is OANN's largest distributor
Marie Le Conte / VICE:
A look at Politics For All, a UK news Twitter account started by a teenager in August 2019 and that amassed nearly half a million followers before it was banned
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