Britain's culture minister thinks the Netflix TV series "The Crown" should come with a disclaimer: It's a work of fiction.
Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden weighed in amid criticism of the historical liberties taken by the drama about the British royal family.
"It's a beautifully produced work of fiction. So as with other TV productions, Netflix should be very clear at the beginning it is just that," Dowden told the Mail newspaper on Sunday. "Without this, I fear a generation of viewers who did not live through these events may mistake fiction for fact."
Dowden is expected to write to Netflix this week to express his view.
Questions of historical fidelity were not a major issue during the show's earlier seasons, which debuted in 2016 and traces the long reign of Queen Elizabeth, which began in 1952.
But the current fourth season is set in the 1980s, a divisive decade that many Britons remember vividly.
Did he pack his trunk?
Kaavan, dubbed the "world's loneliest elephant" after languishing alone for years in a Pakistani zoo, was readied Sunday for his flight to a sanctuary in Cambodia and the much-needed company of other elephants.
The mammoth task of getting him into an elephant-sized metal box for transport took several hours and was perhaps the most crucial step in rescuing him from the dire conditions he's lived in for 35 years. Had Kaavan been spooked and refused to enter the cage or bolted, his departure could have been delayed for months while the rescue team sought to restore calm and trust before trying again, explained Martin Bauer, a spokesman for Four Paws International. The global animal welfare group has led the charge to save Kaavan since 2016. Cher also arrived in Islamabad last week, the culmination of her longstanding efforts to raise awareness about rescuing Kaavan from the zoo. Conditions there were so bad that a court in the Pakistani capital ordered the zoo closed in August.