Times distorted Muslim foster case, regulator finds

Times distorted Muslim foster case, regulator finds
 

The press regulator has ruled the Times "distorted" its coverage of a five-year-old Christian girl who was placed with Muslim foster carers.
The newspaper ran three front-page stories in August 2017 after the girl was removed from her mother's care by Tower Hamlets council in east London.
It said foster carers stopped her eating bacon, confused her by speaking Arabic, and removed a crucifix.
A executive from the Times acknowledged the story caused "enormous offence".
The complaints was made by Tower Hamlets, which had taken the child into care.
The council said a... read more

 
25 April 2018 in Regional, Views: 74
Source: BBC
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