The BBC Press Team is retweeting the following tonight:
Naga Munchetty: My BBC Panorama team and I have been working on this for a year.This may give some insight to why we think it's important to talk about race.#letstalkaboutrace.@BBCOne 7pm MondayX
Many, if not most, might very well be thinking, 'Oh, dear God, please no! Please, please BBC, let's not talk about race any more! Just stop nagging us about what you think we should think about race!'
Alas: That's (evidently) not going to happen. X
Naga has been let off BBC editorial guideline breach after BBC editorial guideline breach regarding impartiality over the past couple of years.
And if you think that's just the BBC being cowardly and scared of offending the 'woke mob', well, the BBC now appears to have gone well and truly above and beyond. They've actually given Naga her own Panorama.
And, from her very own tweet, we know for a fact that she's going to be pushing a contentious line that advances a particular, divisive point of view, and panders to a small subset of public opinion that the BBC appears determined to attract.
So much for Tim Davie getting a grip at the BBC. The BBC appears to be getting ever more out of hand.
Why is this even going out?
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