absolute (esp. BrE), complete
due (BrE)

The BBC must ensure that due impartiality is preserved in its news programmes.

journalistic, judicial
guarantee, maintain, preserve

The newspaper sought to present a range of opinions without compromising its impartiality.


The judge's impartiality in this case might reasonably be questioned.

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