BBC bias in question (which way do they lean?)

Guido makes no bones about being right wing, unlike the other papers which seem to think they are neutral.
I'm fairly sure 'The Canary' is pretty clear where they stand. I'm not so sure about the 'Socialist Worker' though..
 
Laura's what? Oh Twitter things :(
Well I was assuming that her CV as a top notch political journalist would have a few Pulitzer nominations at the very least: perhaps subjects such as MP's expenses, the long term effects of DP ammunition on Service families, county lines drug dealing-the list is long.
If anyone has her CV to hand, I'm happy to be proved wrong.
On a slight tangent, as a Customs investigator I was privileged to stand in the witness box on more occasions than I care to recall being either patronised or cross examined. There were inevitably quiet moments when the serried wigs would be muttering amongst themselves, giving me a birds eye view to examine them.
For light relief, I'd play deviant bingo: from left to right, tosser, closet,decent bloke, tranny, gobby slag, nonce, that cnuts going to hate returning from his holidays, and so on.

It goes without saying that you just knew that the Judge was fully webbed up under his robes.*

Anyhoo:

Looking at Laura, she has that smug look of the less fat than the rest of the slags on her sink estate who has just done a straight to Xhamster in the "Pascal does em up the wrong un".



Poor Pascal.


* Standfast Judge Baston at Maidstone CC, he was a diamond.
 
Regardless, I think a fair offering to the Gods would be for @bigeye to give himself a number one all over, and thus apologise for his past BBC to-doings.

I think a beheading is a bit harsh at this stage.

:)
 
Regardless, I think a fair offering to the Gods would be for @bigeye to give himself a number one all over, and thus apologise for his past BBC to-doings.

I think a beheading is a bit harsh at this stage.

:)
It's a fair cop and I'll accept your award. @halo_jones, do you have a razor?
 
You know that I have been modified with 'the Snail' PBUher DNA but enough off thread diva-versioning :razz:
That sounds like an abomination against the very laws of nature. Yet strangely intriguing.

Yes, back on track.
 
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Grownup_Rafbrat

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In Maitlis's case, I agree, but I bet Kuenssberg has got a tidy little snatch :mrgreen:
I disagree, it'll be like her attitude, rather lippy
 
Guido is regarded by some as being somewhat absurd, apparently.

I would suggest that the Canary has been attacking the BBC for sometime but apparently 'The old "The left complain about the BBC in equal measure to the right"' is bollocks.
I don't doubt that the Canary would denounce itself for being too right wing on occasions.
 

Mary Hinge

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TrustPilot Reviews for the BBC

Almost all call it lib/lefty biased
Almost all give in 1 star out of 5

Here is a sample of the bbc.co.uk reviews

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TrustPilot reviews for BBC News

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....And the BBC claims it speaks for the nation.
 

Auld-Yin

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Reviews Editor
It does speak for the nation - just not this one! :)
Laconic and very true..... The ugly truth, is the BBC long ago shed the idea that it serves a parochial nation like the United kingdom (the ones who pay them) and now has a global footprint.

To an extent, I can accept that reality, but what really grips my s*** is its constant need, to talk down the country and talk up what is foreign. Somebody in the world is always doing better than the uk and inside the UK everything works, only thanks to foreign born workers.
 
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