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    Commenting on the latest report by UK House of Commons Foreign Affairs Committee on UK-Russian relations, RT editor-in-chief Margarita Simonyan remarked that the British MPs apparently "don't want to deprive themselves of the pleasure of watching RT in their cafeteria."

    UK Parlamentarians VS Sputnik, RT

    The UK House of Commons Foreign Affairs Committee's latest report on the British-Russian relations has failed to provide evidence of "fake news" in its assessment of the output of Sputnik News and RT, although hinting at a lack of "impartiality" and "integrity."

    "A couple more reports like these and 'British MPs' will become synonymous to 'British scientists'," Simonyan surmised.

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