February 11th, 2013

NUJ Calls BBC Strike


11 Comments

  1. 1
    Penfold says:

    Sack the lot of ‘em, bunch of workshy, overpaid Trots, Maoists and Bolsheviks

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  2. 2
    Old England (rtm) says:

    I will miss the “lefty” bias and have to find an alternative to sneer at for the
    duration of any strike…

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  3. 3
    Tay King-dePisse says:

    “BBC journalists” = Some jokes just write themselves, folks.

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  4. 4
    john in cheshire says:

    The challenge will be to keep them permanently on strike.

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  5. 5
    UK Govt says:

    That will be a good day to bury GOOD news as it won’t be twisted by the BBCommies.

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  6. 6
    Salford Cabby says:

    Bugger, no fares that day then!

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  7. 7
    Sres says:

    I like days when the Beeb journo’s are on strike, you actually get news rather than the twaddle they think is news.

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    • 8
      Terrible But True says:

      Taking a day off ‘work’ at a job where they get paid no matter how bad they are, to complain about the slim chance of getting laid off because no more money is left to fund the non-job they don’t want to do properly?

      That certainly is unique.

      What’s the betting that market rate talents from executive grades that can see a full pay side-step or double hush-money payoff for really screwing up cave in… or simply see the merit in their colleagues enjoying jobs for life.

      It’s not like anyone can hold them to account.

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  8. 9
    George says:

    Who really gives a sh** abotu Left Wing BBC journalists the news bulletins are all propaganda.

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  9. 10
    Anonymous says:

    I read it was 18 February not 18 March.

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  10. 11
    Tom Catesby says:

    BBC ‘journalists’ strike, will anybody notice?

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