BBC boss hits back at China over ban on World News service

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Director general Tim Davie warns of ‘growing global threat to free media

The head of the BBC has criticised China for blocking its news coverage after the broadcaster’s World News service was banned in China and Hong Kong.

The director general, Tim Davie, said the BBC “should be able to do its reporting without fear or favour” and that “media freedom matters”.

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