Britain says Russia poisoned the Skripals with a Soviet-made nerve agent. Russia denies involvement. Regulator Ofcom said Thursday that the seven breaches came in programs over a six-week period, mostly about the Skripal poisoning or the conflict in Syria. It said they "represent a serious failure of compliance with our broadcasting rules."
The regulator said it was considering a "statutory sanction," which could range from a fine to a license suspension.