U.K. Conservatives misrepresented BBC article in Facebook ads: fact-checker

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U.K. Conservatives misrepresented BBC article in Facebook ads: fact-checker

UK fact-checking charity Full Fact found that Prime Minister Boris Johnson's party has been funding ads on Facebook that link to a BBC article with an apparently altered headline that reads "£14 billion pound cash boost for schools."

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