WHOSE SIDE ARE EU ON?

It’s interesting to consider how the BBC chooses to report on an issue, because you KNOW it will never be from a pro-British perspective. Take this story on the tiresome EU “negotiations” – note how it leads with the view as seen by the EU! The BBC is a loathsome and persistent opponent of a soveriegn United Kingdom and it’s entire coverage of Brexit is a joke. I wouldn’t mind except it forces me to pay for it.

 

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OUT WITH THE OLD…..

Wonder what you make of this?

Andrew Neil is stepping down as the presenter of the BBC Sunday Politics programme after five years. He will be replaced by Sarah Smith, the corporation’s Scotland editor. Smith, 49, eldest daughter of the former Labour leader John Smith, was made BBC Scotland’s first editor in 2015. While continuing in her present role, she will also host Sunday Politics when it returns on September 17 after its summer break.

So, the BBC move to allay any criticism of left wing bias by…appointing the daughter of a former Leader of the Labour Party.  I see.

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BECAUSE THEY ARE WORTH IT?

Did you see this?

BBC’s £1.8bn pension black hole will swallow a TENTH of the licence fee next year after corporation runs out of options to try and tackle the deficit

I will be discussing it with James Whale on Talk Radio tonight at 8.35pm if you fancy tuning in.

The bottom line for me is that we are having a Licence tax extorted from us to ensure that the like of Alan Yenbob, for example, can enjoy a retirement pension of £216,000+.

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Translating Philippe Hammonde’s Le Monde interview

Here is a guest post by Semper Fidem. WELL worth a read – it’s a comprehensive take down of the BBC bias….

  • The Chancellor of the Exchequer, Philip Hammond, gave an interview to Le Monde, France’s newspaper of record (the full version costs €2 to access).
  • The BBC reported this interview as signalling an abandon by Hammond of his “suggestion that the UK could slash taxes and regulation to undercut its EU rivals after Brexit” (Sarah Montague, introduction to the headlines of The Today Programme, 31 July 2017).
  • This is fake news from the BBC. Hammond’s recent remarks to Le Monde do not contradict the statements he made earlier this year on the UK’s approach to Brexit.
  • Although Hammond conducted the interview in English, the only record of what he actually said is Le Monde’s translation of his statements into French. To set the record straight, we need to translate his remarks back into English – as well as the BBC’s fake representation of them back into something closer to reality.

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