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Tag Archives: BBC
Shooting Birds and Biased Reporting – a tale of two BBC presenters
I can’t honestly remember a time when environmental stories have been so high up the news agenda- and for such a long period. Perhaps, it’s a reaction to the never-ending and increasingly tedious coverage of Brexit – which suddenly disappeared … Continue reading
Posted in Andrew Neil, BBC, Chris Packham, countryside alliance, Natural England Tagged Andrew Neil, BBC, Chris Packham, Countryside Alliance, Natural England 8 Comments
BBC confirm their editorial guidelines show Countryside Alliance attack on Chris Packham is egregious
The Countryside Alliance wants to stand up for freedom of speech when it’s their freedom to promote hunting that is at risk of being curtailed. But it is very happy to try and close down debate that it doesn’t like. … Continue reading
Posted in BBC, Chris Packham, countryside alliance Tagged BBC, Chris Packham, Countryside Alliance, Tim Bonner 2 Comments
Toffs in the Cabinet?
“toppers all round chaps” Have you been following the “toff” debate on Mark Avery’s blog ? Mark called Richard Benyon a “Toff” and suggested that many of the decisions he took as Biodiversity and Fisheries Minister were coloured by his … Continue reading
Posted in the cabinet Tagged BBC, Cabinet Ministers, Cambridge, Mark Avery, Oxbridge, Oxford, Richard Benyon, Toff, William Hague 10 Comments