In a piece published this week, right-wing blog Guido Fawkes has slammed Labour MPs for taking what they called ‘Moscow Gold’ – by appearing on programmes such as Sam Delaney’s News Thing, which is broadcast on Russia Today (RT).

They lambasted Chris Williamson MP, among others, for their appearances on the state broadcaster as declared in the Register of Member’s Interests.

What our friends at Guido failed to mention was that not only have more Conservative MPs appeared on Russia Today than Labour MPs over the last two years – but they’ve also taken more money from them as well.

Evolve Politics can reveal that their Chief Reporter (at least that’s what he calls himself on Twitter), Ross Kempsell, appeared on Russia Today himself last year. It is unknown whether he got paid for his interview with RT International in 2016.

Source: Guido Fawkes attacks Labour MPs for appearing on RT, but forgets their Chief Reporter has made an appearance | Evolve Politics

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