You are making an assertion.
I’ve pointed out that Fox News, like Iran’s Press TV, has lost its licence to broadcast over here because it’s not reputable. If you insist on using sources that have lost their licences it’s down to you. But you can’t demand other people disprove your dubious sources and expect to be taken seriously.
I’ve not even looked at the article, I know nothing about it. I don’t read far right sources that aren’t fit to broadcast over here.
You assert that it's unreliable, but don't give a particle of evidence. You point to one entity that you falsely claim has sanctioned it, but never give even one example of something it actually did wrong. In debating that's called an argument from authority and is invalid.
And by the way, your claim is false. Fox did not lose any license to broadcast based on proof of inaccuracy, as you imply. The parent company 20th Century Fox, not the British government, made the decision:
"Fox News is focused on the U.S. market and designed for a U.S. audience and, accordingly, it averages only a few thousand viewers across the day in the U.K.," 21st Century Fox said in a statement.
"We have concluded that it is not in our commercial interest to continue providing Fox News in the U.K.," it added.