Wednesday 11 May 2016

Not amused indeed

Alan at Biased BBC convincingly lays out the case against the BBC for broadcasting the Queen's comments regarding rude Chinese diplomats to the world. 

The Guardian also lays the blame for making it public squarely on the BBC, saying "the news department’s most senior executives" must have been involved. 

And the BBC has been leading with it for most of the day. 

Interestingly, the BBC chose to open its website article about the story to comments. They were perhaps very unwise to do so, as they've been royally slagged off by the British public. All of the top-rated comment rail against the BBC for making this headline news. Many question the BBC's ethics.

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