Now that is a good bit of film making. Jon would have made a damned good actor in a different lifetime.
I'm not sure there is any consensus on what 'Fake News' is. It seems to mean something completely different depending on the political bent of the particular news outlet.
What Channel 4, BBC, Sky and ITV are guilty of is pro-globalist bias on issues such as Immigration, Brexit, Trump...
Whilst i would expect this sort of thing from the newspapers, i thought our broadcasters were supposed to be impartial. Yet on some issues their bias is as extremely left-wing as Fox News in their extreme right-wing views.
Broadcasters have watered down their facts in favour of, as Charlie Brooker put it 'WOAH'. To the point where if facts dont suit the 'story' then they are ignored in favour of emotional images or emotive voiceovers.
Whilst i dont believe that any news outlet would deliberately try to decieve their viewers, they seem to be so wrapped up in their ideological echo chambers it doesnt compute when someone tells them they are being biased, or that their 'facts' may have been contaminated by their own ideology. This also applies to University Students and Social Media users as well. The ability to ignore, 'block', or 'no-platform' opinions that you disagree with is creating large groups of very narrow minded people.
The main UK television news outlets are editorially independent.