British Prime Minister Calls Russia Today ‘Tool of Propaganda’

‘Now, decisions about appearing on Russia Today is a matter of judgment for each individual’

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LAMONT: "Does the prime minister think it's inappropriate that parliamentarians, both current and former, appear on Russia state television?"
MAY: "Can I --can I say to my honorable friend that I am sure we all have doubts about the objectivity of the reporting on Russia Today, which does remain a tool of propaganda for the Russian state." 

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