BBC didn’t want you to see this #Corbyn video. Wonder why #GE17

BBC didn’t want you to see this #Corbyn video. Wonder why #GE17

The SKWAWKBOX On Sunday, Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn gave a short – less than 10 minutes – but towering speech that Sky News covered in full. And the BBC covered not at all. The speech is terrifying to the Establishment, because the statesmanlike Corbyn looks and sounds every inch the ‘Prime Minister in waiting’ that they’ve always told us he couldn’t be – and with his personal approval ratings now exceeding those of the Tory…

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BBC STILL misreporting Kuennsberg’s known-false #Corbyn #shoottokill report #GE17

BBC STILL misreporting Kuennsberg’s known-false #Corbyn #shoottokill report #GE17

The SKWAWKBOX In the wake of last night’s awful events in London, the 4th most-watched item on the BBC’s website is an interview between Laura Kuenssberg and Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn. One that the BBC knows is misleading and has still not corrected. As the SKWAWKBOX showed in January, Ms Kuenssberg was found guilty by the BBC Trust of misleading reporting in the video in which she presents Corbyn’s comments on the ‘shoot to kill’…

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9 Tories of 120 #BBCQT audience ask 29% of questions. Still #CorbynWins #GE17

9 Tories of 120 #BBCQT audience ask 29% of questions. Still #CorbynWins #GE17

The SKWAWKBOX The BBC Question Time Leaders’ Special tonight was a remarkable event, because there was only one Prime Minister on show and it was not Theresa May. What makes it all the more remarkable was not the composition of the audience, but the balance of the questioners. It is called Question Time, after all. The audience consisted of, at a rough count, 120 people. Out of 120 people in a 90-minute special, not everyone…

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BBC reporter (close relative of 2 Tory MPs) accused of collaborating with Theresa May on planted questions

BBC reporter (close relative of 2 Tory MPs) accused of collaborating with Theresa May on planted questions

Pride’s Purge Channel 4 correspondent Michael Crick claims reporters are asking Theresa May questions which have been pre-chosen by her press team: During campaigning, May’s press team regularly refuse to allow questions from reporters who are “not on their list”. Interestingly, at a closed event yesterday in York, the first reporter Theresa May called by name to offer her a question was BBC political correspondent Eleanor Garnier. A BBC reporter who also happens to be closely related to…

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