Johnson's Facebook PMQs show how politicians can bypass scrutiny

  The Guardian 

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Unless traditional media refuse to play into No 10’s idea of sanitised broadcasts, new approach may become a trend Boris Johnson’s decision to launch a regular “people’s prime minister’s questions” slot on Facebook shows how political parties are increasingly able to bypass the scrutiny of journalists – while remaining confident that traditional media outlets will, in any eventuality, still report
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