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  • Brian Monteith: BBC Bias More Worrying Than Savile Scandal

    • Date: 26/11/12
    • Brian Monteith, The Scotsman
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    The climate scandal has not broken on the BBC – but in many ways it is more worrying than the Savile scandal. Dealing with an individual who scarred individuals’ lives is a huge concern to us all – but interfering with democracy and open debate reveals an institutional bias that can change all of our […]

  • BBC Faces Legal Challenge As Viewers Raise Thousands To Tackle ‘Bias’

    • Date: 08/07/19
    • Daily Express
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    The BBC is facing a legal challenge over the way it monitors its impartiality amid accusations of biased coverage. Crowdfunding group Stop BBC Bias is close to raising the £30,000 needed to seek a judicial review into the way the BBC meets its statutory obligation.  The case is being brought by ex-BBC producer and executive […]

  • The Supposedly Impartial BBC Should Hang Its Head In Shame At Its Relentless Bias

    • Date: 24/02/19
    • Christopher Booker, The Sunday Telegraph
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    How ironic it was last week to hear the BBC leading its news on that Commons report claiming that our “democracy is being destroyed” by the flood of “fake news” spread by social media. In fact, thanks to the relentless bias of its own coverage of so many issues, there is no more influential source […]

  • The Price of Bias: Nearly One Million Britons Cancel BBC TV Licence

    • Date: 02/02/19
    • Daily Mail
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    Nearly a million Britons cancelled their TV licence last year as viewers ditch BBC in favour of streaming services More than 860,000 TV licenses were cancelled in 2017-18, compared to 798,000 in 2016-17. The figures amount to 2,300 cancellations a day. The BBC has confirmed the TV license’s price will increase to £154.50 starting from […]

  • Ignore The Biased BBC – Fracking Is The Future

    • Date: 15/02/18
    • Harry Wilkinson, The Conservative Woman
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    Backed by Greenpeace, the BBC is continuing to mount a one-sided crusade against shale gas development. In a report on the radio four Six O’Clock News of February 12, at (10:34 seconds in ) Roger Harrabin, the BBC’s eco-warrior chieftain, reported that internal Government projections were for only 17 sites by 2020, 30-35 sites by 2022, […]

  • In Memoriam Sir Antony Jay: ‘It’s Time To Drastically Slim Down Bias-Ridden BBC’

    • Date: 24/08/16
    • GWPF
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    Sir Antony Jay’s foreword to Christopher Booker’s GWPF report The BBC and Climate Change: A Triple Betrayal GWPF press conference, 8 December 2011 (from left to right: David Henderson, Sir Antony Jay, Benny Peiser, Christopher Booker, Lord Lawson) The British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) has a duty of impartiality, as we all know. But what exactly […]

  • BBC In Trouble Again For Green Bias

    • Date: 18/10/15
    • Marco Giannangeli, Sunday Express
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    The BBC was yesterday accused of bias in its coverage of climate change after a senior MP was “ridiculed” for attempting to question the extent of global warming. BBC claims it remains “committed to impartial and balanced coverage of climate change which gives due weight to all sides of the debate.” Peter Lilley, a long […]

  • British Government Goes To War With Biased BBC

    • Date: 12/05/15
    • Steven Swinford and Christopher Hope, The Daily Telegraph
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    The future of the BBC’s licence fee is in doubt after David Cameron appointed one of the BBC’s biggest critics as Culture Secretary in a move that will be seen as an effective declaration of war on the corporation. John Whittingdale, who has been chairman of the Culture, Media and Sport select committee since 2005, […]

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