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Comment : Is it time to rein in the nation’s broadcaster?

by on January 26, 2018 in Lead Article, Lead story, News you can use, Nuggets, Uncategorized

The BBC’s overt loathing for Donald Trump is clear for all to see and serves as a poignant reminder of the organisation’s inherent bias.

A bias that serves only to guide the organisation further and further down the path to irrelevance, says David Hardy.

‘So smart of Britain to alienate the President of the United States,’ so tweeted Good Morning Britain host, Piers Morgan recently.

The presenter is of course referring to an insidious trend in British public life right now, a trend that if it continues in its present vein could quite conceivably destabilise UK-US relations, if not permanently then at least for the foreseeable future.

Though the vitriol aimed at the US president from Britain’s chattering classes such as Sadiq Khan, Jeremy Corbyn and even taking in the likes of John Bercow MP and Theresa May herself is bad enough, nothing quite compares to the sneering, malicious and frankly embarrassing anti-Trump tirades that have become a daily feature of the British Broadcasting Corporation’s output – an organisation, remember, that claims to be the nation’s broadcaster.

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