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Louise Mensch: BBC is biased towards Labour

Louise Mensch: BBC is biased towards Labour

Milton May 23, 2014 0

Louise Mensch, the former Conservative MP, has today claimed that the BBC is biased towards the Labour Party. It’s a pity therefore that the BBC’s support could not produce a better result at the

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It’s time to axe BBC3

It’s time to axe BBC3

Backbencher May 8, 2014 0

  Although I was only ten years old, I still remember watching BBC Three shortly after it was launched. I recall watching documentaries and science programmes which targeted younger audiences (Body Hits in particular

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Nick Vs Nigel: The Brutal Second Round

Nick Vs Nigel: The Brutal Second Round

Backbencher April 10, 2014 1

In vs Out: How did the second EU membership debate play out? Last week most of us would have seen the lively second round of the TV broadcasted European debate. The debate between UKIP

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Scrap the Licence Fee to Save the Courts

Backbencher December 19, 2013 0

The License Fee is unjust, unnecessary, and certainly isn’t a matter for the courts. I moved into a new apartment a fortnight ago. This being the 21st century it was deemed essential that a

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Publicly Funded Arts Company Hosts Anti UKIP Show

Publicly Funded Arts Company Hosts Anti UKIP Show

Milton December 12, 2013 0

Jonny & The Baptists, made up of BBC comedians Jonny Donahoe and Paddy Gerver, have launched an anti UKIP ‘tour’  which plans to: ‘take on Nigel Farage’s “fruitcakes, loonies and closet racists”‘ via the

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The BBC is our strength and salvation, and we mustn’t allow it to be the last domino to fall

The BBC is our strength and salvation, and we mustn’t allow it to be the last domino to fall

Backbencher November 6, 2013 2

Bryony Clarke argues that maintaining the BBC is essential in the face of right-wing pressures. In the wake of Grant Shapps’ sulphurous denunciation of the BBC last weekend, a new ICM poll of 2,000

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Bias at the BBC

Bias at the BBC

Backbencher October 14, 2013 11

Nobody should be forced to pay for a state broadcaster that mindlessly peddles a tired ideology and doesn’t even have the decency to admit it. As such, if the BBC can be found beyond

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Galloway slams BBC culture and executive pay

Galloway slams BBC culture and executive pay

Daniel Pryor September 20, 2013 19

The Backbencher’s Daniel Pryor caught up with George Galloway (Respect MP for Bradford West) in order to discuss his attitude towards the BBC. Although ‘libertarian’ is just about the last word that should be

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Is the BBC clogging up courtrooms?

Is the BBC clogging up courtrooms?

Backbencher September 2, 2013 1

I have always been an admirer of the BBC and their advertisement free broadcasting; there is little better than watching a film or TV programme uninterrupted. Therefore the annual £145.50 fee presents no problems

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Free F***ing Speech – A Libertarian Experience at the Beeb

Free F***ing Speech – A Libertarian Experience at the Beeb

Backbencher August 16, 2013 1

Alan Grant narrates his impressions of BBC3’s “Free Speech” – and reaches an encouraging conclusion Last week, to compensate for my absence from these digital pages, I was fortunate enough to attend the live

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