I see, after his run-in with Fiona Bruce on this week's Question Time that Charles Moore is now trying to muster troops for a "strike" against the BBC.
He wants those of us who haven't already done so to "conduct guerrilla war" against the corporation by refusing to pay the BBC licence fee and hopes to follow that up with a lawsuit against the BBC over its Brexit coverage:
In relation to the Brexit coverage I have seen, the BBC appears to be in breach of its charter in at least three respects – Diversity (article 14.1), the duty to ‘assess’ all citizens’ view (article 10.1) and Impartiality (article 6.1).
Good luck to him in his intended lawsuit (if he pursues it)! I'm closely following (from the sidelines) another lawsuit on similar grounds against the BBC.