Bristol Council bans reporters from quizzing Labour mayor

The council running one of Britain’s wokest cities was today accused of stifling free speech after banning a reporter asking a Labour politician why he flew across the Atlantic to give a 14-minute speech on climate change.

Local democracy reporter Alex Seabrooke, who works with the BBC and the Bristol Live website, questioned Marvin Rees about the ‘irony’ of travelling to Canada to give a TED talk about saving the planet when he could have done it on Zoom.

Mr Seabrooke, who asked Mayor Rees…

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