A month before the U.S. elections, the prominent BBC presenter Andrew Neil tweeted a picture, overlooking the New York skyline.
If you believe some people on the internet, it heralds the beginning of the apocalypse. For others it was only slightly less worrying than that. The BBC website is to get rid of its archive of 110,000 recipes on bbc.co.uk/food, and lots of people are not happy.
The BBC’s Andrew Neil is one of the few senior journalist at the corporation to focus on potential Tory election expenses fraud. The Daily Politics today covered the issue in detail.
George Galloway complained he was “misled” by the BBC today, over being asked to talk about the EU Referendum while he was shown a video of people leaving the Brexit rally because of him.
The BBC has ‘abandoned’ investigative reporting and has a fundamental bias towards the party in power, says the former head of investigations at BBC Newsnight in a damning editorial.
What they didn’t tell you about that resignation of Labour shadow minister Stephen Doughty: doing it live on TV and — devastatingly — before PMQs wasn’t his idea … but that of the BBC.
Now allegations of widespread doping in world athletics have turned out to be entirely true — and then some — IAAF president Seb Coe is probably hoping everybody forgets that just three months ago, the Tory peer was dismissing the accusations as “so-called experts” using “so-called information” to make “elevated”, “one-off” and “wide of […]
A BBC journalist has blasted the UK press after experiencing at first-hand the appalling way the media treats the public.
The award winning director of Wolf Hall has revealed his “shouting match” with a cabinet minister over Tory plans to “dismember” the BBC.
With the renewal of the BBC charter ultimately a matter for negotiation with the government of the day, we are beginning to see Auntie’s efforts to mollify Tory MPs, a number of whom think the broadcaster is a hornets nest of quasi-communists.