UK will deport EU citizens after Brexit if they miss registration, Home Office minister says https://t.co/1EHJkRU0b2— BBC News (UK) (@BBCNews) October 10, 2019
The link on that tweet takes you to a BBC News website report.
I'd placed a wager with myself before clicking on it that I wouldn't watch The Chase tonight if I was wrong to predict that the BBC report would demonstrate BBC bias, as it concerned both immigration and the EU/Brexit.
I immediately looked at the the two bold, large-print sub-headlines and saw that they said 'Hostile environment' and 'Windrush-style scandal' - both dog-whistle headlines for left-liberal types - and knew that I'm definitely watching The Chase tonight.
Whoever chose those two sub-headlines doesn't reckon much to what the Home Office minister said and seemingly regards the whole thing as scandalous and racist.
The language of the BBC report - eg. its use of the word 'pressed' - and the larger proportion of it given over to quoting critics of the Government also shows BBC bias functioning predictably.
Right. Time for The Chase...