The editor-in-chief of Kremlin-funded television network RT said Monday that all its bank accounts in Britain have been closed down.
"They have closed our accounts in Britain. All the accounts," wrote RT editor-in-chief Margarita Simonyan on Twitter.
She said the channel had received a ruling that "cannot be reviewed," adding "Long live freedom of speech," but gave no further details.
A spokesman for RT told AFP that he had no further information but the channel may release a statement shortly.
RT, formerly known as Russia Today, has the slogan "Question more" and was set up to present news from the perspective of the Kremlin.
The foreign-language network that is primarily aimed at audiences in Europe and the United States broadcasts 24-hours a day in English, Arabic and Spanish.