In the wake of Trump and Covid-19 ‘fake news’, the G7 nations have to step up and fight disinformation
By Colin Allred, Stephen Morgan
When we met as part of the British-American Parliamentary Exchange in 2019, we never imagined the gravity of the events we would face in public service.
The last year has seen great turbulence on both sides of the Atlantic, from Brexit to presidential elections and a global pandemic. These events, era-defining in and of themselves, have been underpinned by a creeping challenge to objective truth that poses a fundamental threat to our democracies.