On 12 December, foreign office minister Sir Alan Duncan put up an aggressive defence of propaganda specialists the Integrity Initiative. This was in response to a question from shadow foreign secretary Emily Thornberry about the UK government’s funding of Integrity. When asked about its interference in UK domestic politics, Duncan categorically stated there was no evidence that Foreign and Commonwealth Office ( .
But evidence that may suggest otherwise can be found in internal Integrity documents, referred to by The Canary and other publications. And now Thornberry has hit back, raising that same evidence in an open letter to Duncan.
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