...in an interview with The Sunday Times, prior to Maitles' (sic) remarks, Kuenssberg said that she has 'never been told what to say', adding that the role of journalists in the BBC is 'to find the truth'.
Stop laughing at the back!
She said: 'People say "well, you can’t do this and you can’t do that, you’re terribly restricted". For me, that’s totally upside down, because the whole point at the BBC is that you’re not following the line; all you’re doing is trying to find the truth.
'I’ve never been told what to say — or what not to say, maybe more importantly.'
No, I bet you haven't...