The Henry Jackson Society highlighted three other stations it believed had faced a “concerning” lack of regulatory scrutiny. Ofcom said it was already assessing one of those, the Islam Channel, to determine whether it complies with the Broadcasting Code.
The think tank’s report also warned stations that had already had their licences revoked, such as Iran’s Press TV, were able to reach UK audiences through online media.
The Henry Jackson Society accused Ofcom of “a material failure” to protect viewers by revoking the station’s licence.
Read the full article in The Independent.