BBC One's News at Six and News at Ten both failed to report that Boris Johnson's withdrawal bill passed its final stage yesterday, gaining Royal Assent, and became law - a historic moment, after the past three years of Parliamentary turmoil. The BBC's failure raised a few eyebrows:
Can you believe it? BBC News did it again! WAB got royal assent today, but this historic moment wasn't mentioned on the 6 o'clock news. Did the BBC not notice or is their Remain reflex so deeply ingrained? Hardly surprising the BBC is less trusted than ITV.
You're seriously telling us, BBC News, that the European Withdrawal Bill receiving Royal Assent isn't 'newsworthy'?
Can you remember the BBC News headlines when there were victories in the Commons by those who opposed the withdrawal bill? Such blatant bias in not even mentioning Royal Assent for it noticed by licence fee tax payers!