November 12th, 2012

Quote of the Day

The Bureau of Investigative Journalism told Lord Leveson:

“The organisation aims for its output and editorial processes to be a masterclass, a gold standard for evidence-based journalism of this kind.”


6 Comments

  1. 1
    Wotamess says:

    What a lot of bullshit. Bottom of the class. The Dunce of investigative of journalism.

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  2. 2
    this septic pile says:

    …..just like the BBC – a masterclass

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  3. 3
    The Last of the Few says:

    Absolute quality……………..you can’t write this stuff !!!!!

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  4. 4
    BIJ says:

    And by gold we meant worth fuck all

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  5. 5
    Adam n Eve's uncle says:

    Investigative and journalism in the one sentence, come on now.

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  6. 6
    Beast says:

    The BBC is trading on a reputation earned half a century ago, today’s beeb is an overstaffed turkey. Corruption is rife with jobs and some contracts awarded to friends rather than on merit. Absolute power corrupts and without a profit to make means some department heads feel untouchable and don’t need to justify their decisions.
    The Savile incident is typical of a mindset of a culture of no accountability, BBC staff and management knew of his activities but chose to shrug their shoulders and ignore the issue.

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