Andrew Allison

The BBC

In bbc, left wing bias on May 9, 2007 at 10:55 am

I am sure many of you, like me, have finally just about had enough of BBC news. The so blatantly biased coverage of the local elections last week was the ‘straw that broke the camel’s back.’

Also – thanks to the UK Daily Pundit – I read about a third night of rioting in France. I clicked on to YahooNews and found a report. If there is a report on the BBC News website is must be very well hidden. I get the feeling that if those of a right-wing persuasion were rioting, the BBC would have the news wallpapered over their news website, but as it is Socialists rioting – and the BBC don’t like Sarkozy – their policy decision is to keep quiet about it. Last night I filed an online complaint to the BBC. If you want to follow suit, click here. Although the left-wing bias will never leave the BBC, if they receive constant complaints, perhaps they might tone it down a little. Nothing ventured, nothing gained.

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  1. I am sick to &^*%*( death of the *&^%#$% BBC. Glad to see someone else is too.

  2. I also am a critic of the BBC and do make the attempt to make official complaints mainly on BBC4 programmes.
    I do get a reply but it is asinine and usually comes from a 40 something person taking the moral high ground.
    I also urge more to do this and also respond to the “Feedback” programme.
    After all it is your money and they are not only biased but not transparant or accountable.

  3. Actually, I had no idea about this, I may check it out on some French blogs tomorrow if I have time.

    The head of BBC radio 4 is speaking in Cambridge this evening, unfortunately, I was unable to attend. I think Cassandra would have enjoyed it.

  4. I’m surprised and happy to find other people have noticed the leftist leaning tendency of BBCNEWS. I thought I was the only one.

    Rioting is the leftist way. They propose anarchy as the cure when it’s the problem.

    WM

  5. All Conservatives in Britain realise the left-leaning tendancies of the BBC.

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