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Bristol Council bans reporters from quizzing Labour mayor

6 days ago   |   By Daily Mail

Reporter Alex Seabrooke, who works with the BBC and the Bristol Live website, questioned Marvin Rees about the 'irony' of travelling to Canada to give talk about saving the planet
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