News reliability service awards SKWAWKBOX the same 100/100 score it has held since accreditation
News reliability service Newsguard‘s refreshed assessment of the SKWAWKBOX has reconfirmed the perfect score of 100 out of 100 that this site has held since first receiving a rating in early 2019.
Newsguard analyses news providers based on nine criteria under the broad headings of credibility and transparency – and SKWAWKBOX has again scored perfectly on all applicable criteria:
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The renewed perfect rating will come as a blow to those who, for political reasons, routinely try to dismiss SKWAWKBOX as fake news – even more so as SKWAWKBOX is regulated by IMPRESS, the UK’s only independent. Leveson-compliant press regulator despite the right-wing media’s failed attempt to delegitimise it via legal action.
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