In response, the Conservative Party accused the debate channel of bias.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Brexit party leader Nigel Faraj did not attend the climate debate on Channel 4 on November 28. Two other ice sculptures depicting the globe replaced the non-appearing politicians. It is reported by CNN.
After that, the conservative party appealed to the British media regulator Ofcom with a request to conduct an investigation. Party members say Channel 4 resorted to provocation. Conservatives said UK Justice Secretary Michael Gove was ready to replace Johnson, but he was not allowed to debate. According to the organizers, only party leaders could take part on the air.