There was a classic example of the media phenomenon known as 'despite Brexit' on The World This Weekend's new bulletin this week:
The government has revealed more about the deal that persuaded the Japanese car maker Nissan to invest in building two new models at its site in Sunderland despite the vote for Brexit.
Perhaps the weather forecasters could incorporate it into their work: "Tomorrow morning will be bright and sunny despite the vote for Brexit."ReplyDelete
It's becoming clear: Good news - 'despite Brexit', bad news'as a result of Brexit'.ReplyDelete
BBC journalism is all about deciding how stories will reflect on pet issues.ReplyDelete
I have just searched on goggle for BBC + "despite Brexit" and got over 65,000 pages, so yes they are very biasedReplyDelete
or even searched on google!ReplyDelete