July 30th, 2013

What the BBC Doesn’t Tell You

Bad news for the Department for Education this morning, or so the BBC would have you believe. Apparently a “university think tank” says that “the system of planning teacher training in England has broken down and risks a future shortage of teachers”. Doesn’t sound good, eh?

What the BBC doesn’t tell its readers is that the think tank in question, Million+, is quite obviously a Labour front. No mention that Pam Tatlow, quoted a length in the Beeb piece, ran as a Labour parliamentary candidate at the last election. No mention that their chairman, Michael Gunn, is a Labour luvvie who spoke at their conference last year. Nor that interim Head of Public Affairs is pally with the Fabian Society. And certainly not that the woman he is covering for, Victoria Mills, is a Labour councillor in Southwark and a National Officer for Unison. This is the top story on the education section of the BBC website. It is a classic sockpuppet…


147 Comments

  1. 1
    Fire Sale says:

    Just close the BBC down.

    Only Leftists and Polly will miss it.

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    • 15
      BBC spokesperson says:

      We will continue to broadcast several programmes a week on how you are being ripped off. Most of you will not see the irony.

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    • 20
      polythesis says:

      What the BBC leaves out of a story is often greater than the story itself, it just cannot stop itself from helping labour and any left wing gang. A pathological dishonesty deeply rooted in socialists pretending to be impartial and fair while scheming with its lifelong leftist friends. A disease of the system worshipped by Cameron and Co as the envy of the world just like the NHS bastion of socialist theology.

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      • 29
        Hugh Janus says:

        +1

        And it’s about time these lefty bastards were called to account. Do we have any politicians with the balls to do it? Of course not, they are all in hock to it, hence the sycophantic rubbish they spout about our allegedly impartial state broadcaster.

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      • 73
        Bob the builder says:

        +1000000000000000000000000

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    • 113

      Unlike most of their other articles there’s no comment section either. Do we think they know they wwere going to be rumbled and decided to prevent people pointing this out?

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    • 142

      What WOULD the fugging royals do is the Royal BBC was closed??

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    • 145
      Yul Brynner says:

      Well Duh Guido! The BBC is so understaffed that they do not have the people to find out that the think tank is a Labour front and that the think tanker was a Labour politician etc..

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  2. 2
    Ruth from Redruth says:

    It is a classic sockpuppet…

    What is a sockpuppet?

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    • 7
      Pearl neclesse says:

      A sock puppet is a puppet made from a sock. They can be upgraded to have 2 eyes pointing forwards and has pigtails. They are normally used as a receptacle for left wing spermatozoa….

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    • 11
      Sooty says:

      According to Wiki a sockpuppet is an online identity used for purposes of deception. spot-on in this case.

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    • 46
      Geography George says:

      Why isn’t there a Blueruth?
      Typical BBC bias…

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  3. 3
    Pearl neclesse says:

    Is there a report abuse mummy button on here too?

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    • 6
      Unite are Tweet abused says:

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      • 12
        Pearl neclesse says:

        That’s great. A mate iof mine has had 2 accounts shut down in a day.
        Apparently there’s a left wing, tiny titted Bint named Penelope who is being a dick.

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  4. 4
    Fishy says:

    Time for Ofcom to step in

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    • 28
      Grandee says:

      Ofcom are a waste of space Mr Fish. They are just used as a scape goat by politicians

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      • 116
        Biased Broadcasting Corporation says:

        Ofcom is just another quango run by socialists. Hasn’t the BBC ‘News’ Website already been done today for misreporting the facts? They really think they can get away with murder, don’t they?

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    • 51
      Loathe the BBC labours propogander wing says:

      Seriously is there any point in complaining there? Where is somewhere a complaint can be lodged against these bastards where it will be taken seriously,
      I getting sick and tired of the news section of the BBC this just has to be against their charter.

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      • 102
        Peter Martin says:

        ‘Seriously is there any point in complaining there?’

        Depends on how much time you have spare, how patient you are, and how able to see the funny side of entering a labyrinth designed to make Douglas Adams’ ‘Beware of the Leopard’ seem like the gold standard of customer service responsiveness.

        Plus accepting the BBC checks itself out and 99.99% of the time finds that the BBC can and has got everything about right. From complaint layers 1&2, thru a few ECU directors and, if you resist the deliberate attrition long enough, maybe even to ‘the Trust’.

        Of course they may just ban you for asking relevant questions they can’t answer or holding them to account when they have told everyone they only hold others to account and don’t get held. Or else.

        It’s how they have their current reputation for transparency and trust locked down.

        If to a ‘unique’ degree.

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        • 115
          it's no longer news says:

          BBC News was miles behind Sky reporting the Bradley Manning decision.

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          • Fishy says:

            Yes! and over the week-end when there were dozens of pre-season football matches, unlike Sky, who reported the results of all of them, the BBC reported none.

            They did though, as part of their mission to change the face of Britain and rub our noses in it, report the Wimmins EUFA reslut.

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      • 137
        geordieboy says:

        If the public sued the BBC for serious bending of the truth we would have to sue all the politicians as well. What a fuck up!
        Beam me up Scotty.

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  6. 8
    James says:

    Maybe it goes without saying that
    “university think tank” = “bunch of lefty activists”

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  7. 9
    Cornish Pilchard says:

    https://ssl.bbc.co.uk/complaints/forms/?reset=#anchor

    Make a formal complaint to the BBC. Its only a web-form away.They will waffle but it all counts.

    Either it was

    1 deliberate political bias

    2 poor editorial control

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    • 18
      Mahatma Coat says:

      Done!

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    • 26
      CHRIST ON A BIKE! says:

      number one obviously.

      When the BBC do actually get held to account for biased reporting, they always play the “momentary lapse in editorial control” line.

      Using organisations that are thinly veiled fronts for Labour and other left-wing interest groups, is nothing new at the BBC. They use endless Think-tanks, pressure groups, Charidees and individuals, that are presented as objective purveyors of facts, but are nothing mroe than shills for Labour and the usual Marxist traitors.

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    • 146
      Yul Brynner says:

      order-order passim A complaint to the BBC about the behavior of of one their staff was investigated thoroughly, competently, dispassionately, professionally, without bias by …. the member of staff complained about!

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  8. 10
    Bob the builder says:

    Vikki Pryce is stripped of her bath honour.

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  9. 13
    Bob the builder says:

    The BBC will stealth edit the story.

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  10. 14
    Ed the fed says:

    Ah, taking Cummings’s copy again, eh Guido. How very independent of you.

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  11. 16
    Sandra in Accounts says:

    Its because of the unique way the BBC is funded that it can act like a complete hoon.

    Close the BBC.

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    • 82
      He's part of the 'progressive' problem says:

      Dave close the lying BBC down? You’ll be a long time waiting, he wuvs the treacherous institution.

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      • 118
        Biased Broadcasting Corporation says:

        Yup, he won’t have a word said against the devious, troughing scum. (You only have to listen to them answering to the Public Accounts Committee to realise that they are devious troughing scum.)

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  12. 17
    Speed Demon says:

    icky Pryce, who was jailed earlier this year for taking speeding points for her ex-husband Chris Huhne, has had an official honour removed.

    The economist, who was made a Companion of the Order of the Bath in 2009, was found by a committee to have brought the honour into disrepute.

    She was sentenced to eight months in prison in March for perverting the course of justice, serving two months.

    Huhne, the former energy secretary, was also jailed for the same offence.

    He left Pryce in 2010 as his affair with PR adviser Carina Trimingham was about to be exposed.

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  13. 21
    Sir William W says:

    Surely all universities are think tanks? They don’t grow wheat, make paper doilies or provide payday loans, after all.

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    • 37
      CHRIST ON A BIKE! says:

      drink tanks more like.

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    • 38
      Private Parts says:

      No sir. Universities are businesses whose stock in trade is our young folk who pay much gold to leave with a 2:2 in media studies which equips them well to fry burgers.

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  14. 22
    The last pub in my area says:

    Closing down today. There were ten of us before Blair. All thriving businesses. Family friendly, you could bring the kids for a few hours at the weekend, free from authoritarian smoking bans, health and safety, political correctness, race relations etc. Generally great places to socialise and chillax. Now dead, RIP.

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  15. 23
    OnlyAsking says:

    Is the story accurate though? Or is that entirely irrelevant?

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    • 25
      The last pub in my area says:

      Do you mean me? If so, irrelevant to this thread, probably. Accurate 100%

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  16. 24
    bergen says:

    I just wonder if they would be able to reduce the TV tax by simply publishing Labour Party press releases on their news site. The content would be unchanged and there would be no unnecessary expense incurred in disguising it as news.

    It is absurd that we have to fund labour’s propaganda arm by unavoidable taxation if we simply want to own a TV.

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    • 83
      Calidius Eroticus says:

      Gone are the days of sitting down to watch four channels of TV. Now you can access entertaining or factual programming from around the world, when you want it, and there is nothing the BBC and its enforcement goons can do about it.

      Or better still, don’t watch TV! Ninety percent of it is crap anyway.

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  17. 27
    Anonymous says:

    Yes, but when will anything be done? The BBC simply laugh at this criticism, because they know, however biased they get, the liberal establishment is behind them and the government won’t act.

    Think about comedy programmes. When was a Tory ever shown as the hero? When was a socialist ever the villain? And so on.

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  18. 31
    Dave the Weak says:

    I think the Beeb does a great job promoting the equal opportunities multicultural metrosexual paradise that we all so desire.

    I see no need to make any changes in it whatsoever

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  19. 32
    Brainwashing Bullying Cunts -BBC says:

    Time to purge the BBC of these Labour lefty leeches. Close the BBC down. It is a criminal, left wing disgrace!

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    • 65
      kropotkin says:

      There are times when I despair of the BBC – and then I remember that they perform the invaluable role of causing mass apoplexy and strokes amongst the swivel eyed loons.

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      • 85
        Calidius Eroticus says:

        Have you ever seen a left wing demonstration? You must have, they demonstrate about EVERYTHING!

        It is you lot who are the swivel eyed loons.

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      • 89
        150,000,000+ Innocents murdered by socialism says:

        Wishing death on your opponents eh? How very socialist of you.

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        • 132
          kropotkin says:

          It is not an issue of politics. I simply find the swivel eyed loons the funniest thing since Blackadder – and the more they froth the funnier they become.

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    • 139
      geordieboy says:

      One BBC program I used to enjoy was Countryfile but for the last few months there hasn’t been an episode without mentioning climate change. They even had a man from the met office saying it was caused by global warming and climate change and that was after the Met Office declared that there was no global warming for the last sixteen years.

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  20. 33
    Another arrogant leech employed by the BBC says:

    So!

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  21. 34
    Fishy says:

    What the BBC Doesn’t Tell You 2

    VD was giving the Government a kicking on 5 Live yesterday, re-running a piece about Work Fare – what they and their friends and activists in the SWP / Hard Left, Right to Work campaign call the Work Programme.

    Cue assorted lefties and whingers – including Cait Reilly, the woman who became a flag carrier for the left after she objected to working in Poundland – (people who had found the Work Programme of value were obviously at work and couldn’t ring in!!!!)

    But for balance, the BBC invited along an Employment Lawyer who happened to be of the opinion that the work programme was a form of ‘forced or compulsory labour’ (as the amusingly named ‘Right to Work’ comrades describe it) and therefore unlawful.

    Now Kerry Underwood, for it was he, is probably a very nice man and no doubt within his circles (and Twitter followers – Owen Jones included) is very well respected. But I don’t agree with him nor does the Court of Appeal for that matter, nor do I agree with his obviously left wing leanings.

    But hey, we all have our opinions, and that’s fair enough. What isn’t ‘fair’ is that in introducing this ‘Employment Lawyer’ Victoria Derbyshire to forget to mention that according to Debretts People of Today, Kerry was once a Labour Councillor in Harrow and stood for Labour as their Parliamentary Candidate in 1979.

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    • 58
      Penfold says:

      Didn’t Stalin have a work programme,

      The Gulags.

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    • 122
      Biased Broadcasting Corporation says:

      That is exactly right, Fishy. Whenever they introduce guests on radio or TV News, before the person speaks, the BBC should also state whether the person/organisation has any affiliation with a political party. But that would ruin the BBC News Editors’ masterplan of giving airtime to Labour supporters in the guise of politically impartial members of the public.

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  22. 35
    unadulterated news- it's not too much to ask says:

    This is beyond a joke.
    You can’t believe anything on the BBC.
    It’s got worse since Hall and Purnell arrived.

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    • 36
      It's a Cockout says:

      Stuart Hall?

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    • 63
      kropotkin says:

      I blame Fat Pang.

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      • 94
        150,000,000+ Innocents murdered by socialism says:

        For once, you are pointing in the correct direction.

        Patten, though you probably don’t realise it, is both a Fabian and a high up in Common Purpose.

        All in all, a rather unpleasant and distinctly duplicitous charlatan.

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        • 123
          Biased Broadcasting Corporation says:

          You only have to watch him patronise and condescend to the Public Accounts Committee to realise that.

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  23. 39
    Ken M says:

    Not enough teachers? I got my PGCE about 5 years ago. Most of those who I graduated with (Maths and English) never got to do their NQT years because of the jobs shortage.

    The Wolf Report which prevented gaming of public funding also slashed teacher posts.

    Whenever a company or an industry says not enough of whatever be it accountants, lawyers, engineers etc. What they really mean is that we want to pay them less.

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    • 47
      Casual Observer says:

      Based on that post, you do not have the ability or knowledge to be a proper teacher.

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    • 147
      Yul Brynner says:

      Whenever a company or an industry says not enough of whatever be it accountants, lawyers, engineers etc. What they really mean is that we want to pay them less.

      There is a shortage of competent news presenters on the BBC.

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  24. 41
    s says:

    http://johnnyvoid.wordpress.com/2013/07/28/the-spirit-of-the-workhouse-is-alive-and-well-in-tory-britain/

    it could be you soon – tory blog and nothing about the tory’s to be found

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    • 95
      Thick as shite socialist says:

      You’ve convinced me, I’m terrified. Ooohh, who will help save me? I know, that nice Mr. Miliband and all his sensible ideas.

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  25. 43
    don says:

    Can’t see a problem here.

    BBC news is mainly consumed by the Eastenders and Casualty watching classes and the only items they are interested in is the stuff about royalty, other celebrities, paedophiles and disasters involving British people dying.

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  26. 44
    The BBC Academy for Sockpuppets says:

    The BBC is institutionally biased towards the left

    http://newsbusters.org/blogs/lachlan-markay/2010/09/02/bbc-chief-admits-massive-left-wing-bias-vows-remedy-imbalance

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  27. 48
    Bare Backed Cheek says:

    Guido – you should run an expose on links between BBC and Liebour and the number of biased stories from lefty stink tanks that crop up. BBC can’t realistically keep taking our money and spouting propaganda for them.

    Its true Liebour spent more money over 13 years but only because the economy was doing well and consequently there was no warchest to raid when it was needed so we ended up borrowing and running a massive deficit. Anyone can have a new car, holiday and clothes when they’ve maxed out the credit cards. In any case much of the money was wasted by raising teachers (and GPs) salaries without extracting any further value from them I ask you – who voluntarily pays more for the same or less in return? Answer; Labour does as its someone else’s money.

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  28. 49
    The Dirt says:

    All the Articles by Hannah Richardson, the BBC News Education reporter

    http://journalisted.com/hannah-richardson?allarticles=yes

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  29. 50
    Anonymous says:

    Did they mention how many teachers who qualified 4 years ago still have not got permanent jobs in the London area because jobs are being consolidated. Supply (aka temps) teachers are used in preference to replacing teachers on permanent contract because they are cheaper: no sick pay, pensions and you can dump them any time.

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  30. 52

    Now we have Stink Tank Mafia!

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  31. 53
    EU Funded Pro-EU Troll says:

    Vote UKIP

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  32. 54
    Penfold says:

    Common Purpose……………..

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  33. 55
    kropotkin says:

    As usual with Guido, he has spotted a piece of dodgy research and then ascribed totally the wrong motivation due to his own blind prejudice. The political affiliation of the key staff at Million+ is coincidental and irrelevant. The reason Million+ pushes this piece of propaganda is due to its university membership. It was originally formed to represent the old polytechnics converting to new ‘universities’. It’s membership (which provides it’s funding) is the likes the University of Wolverhampton and the University of Sunderland. As we all know a degree from these institutions is worthless and the only hope for employment for their graduates is as teachers……….hence the research and message.

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    • 86
      Eds handler sock puppet Len MClusterfucksey says:

      Qwite so . it’s exswardinary that thomeone can look at the facts and then descwibe them as GUido has. I shall be calling the BBC to enthure that we have a full enqwirey and the Labour Parthe is cleared of any involvement in this blatant piece of left wing propogan…. Oh thorry went a bit of message there.

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    • 91
      Calidius Eroticus says:

      So you really believe that the political affiliation of those who produced the report has no bearing on its veracity?

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      • 93
        Left wing Skool teacher says:

        Please use smaller words the leftie at the top struggles with anything over 4 letter long

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      • 101
        Pdubya says:

        You ‘ve got it in one.
        The last time I heard the BBC defending its impartiality went along the lines of “most of us are recuited from a liberal metropolitan elitist section of society but because of the reality of our tax payer funded model we tend to lean over backwards to be strictly fair and unbiast in our reporting on behalf of all sections of society”.
        I cannot for the life of me understand how any individual or oganisation like the BBC with an entrenched view of the world at large supported by donations from the likes of the EU can be anything but biast.

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      • 130
        kropotkin says:

        In this case it is incidental. The conclusions would have been the same simply due to the vested interests of those who pay their bills – the pretend universities that pump out the vastly underqualified.

        On a different point it does become tiresome when idiots like 89 and 97 make the unthinking assumption that anyone who disagrees with their (odd) world view is left wing. Unlike these morons I have some critical faculties and am happy to apply them regardless of the politics of the target. I would have thought it obvious that a left winger would be more supportive of the expansion of the university sector (even to encourage the congenitally stupid such as 89 and 97).

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  34. 62
    Mornington Crescent says:

    “The suspicion persists that over at Channel 4, in the commissioning departments, it is forever Wank Week.”

    Rod Liddle at his absolute best:

    http://www.spectator.co.uk/columnists/rod-liddle/8951561/so-can-we-expect-channel-4-to-broadcast-a-c-of-e-call-to-prayer/

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    • 109
      stun says:

      Thank you for the link, Liddle’s piece was superbly well written. The ‘Come Dine With Me’ bit caused some slightly unwelcome wine / monitor interaction, however.

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  35. 64
    Loathe the BBC labours propogander wing says:

    My misses was an office secretary in a junior school. She used to go into the staff room for coffee. She obviously was not allowed to say anything however she said that the left wing screaming in their would place TOny Benns views only slightly to the left of Maggie.
    She did also say the indoctrination starts at a very early age.
    They also did not give a flying fuck about the kids or minimuppets as they were referred as

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  36. 66
    The BBC causes serious mental illness says:

    The BBC only communicates propaganda which is useful for manufacturing a public opinion of some predetermined form.

    This public opinion will be manifest in how people choose to interpret the propaganda transmitted at them, how they think on certain issues, and how distracted they are from events which they should otherwise care about.

    Another aspect of state broadcasting is to socialize certain concepts which the population would otherwise regard as rightly taboo. For example, euthanasia.

    There is much that the BBC do not tell, and even more which the UK public do not know.

    When you realize that the state broadcaster is imparting information and stimulating behavior which impacts your chances of survival, or lowers the standard of living for you / your family, then it is time to switch it off and stop funding it.

    That time was about 2004, it has been getting progressively worst since then.

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    • 88
      Test card sock puppet says:

      In other words they are creating the news not reporting it

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      • 141
        BBC Unvarnished truth Dept says:

        Later on Newsnight, Allegra Strapon will be revealing her theory that indicates that Britain did suffer a double dip recession despite official statistics which prove that it did not happen. She’ll also reveal how the country remains terrifyingly close to a triple dip recession, and how the dangers of this can only be prevented by voting Labour in 2015.

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  37. 68
    jmf says:

    Is it against the law to actively campaign to discourage people not to pay the BBC tax

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  38. 69
    Leftists at Work says:

    The BBC’s Hannah Richardson has form for Lefty Bias

    http://denverthen.blogspot.co.uk/2010/07/another-day-another-bbc-online-pro.html

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  39. 70
    Bubble and Squeak says:

    Will the Pryce Huhne woman still be welcome on Sky and BBC now that she has been stripped of her honour?

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  40. 75
    Poppye says:

    Jeez modb0t going pottery today

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  41. 80
    Job Creation Policy Idea says:

    Get rid of the East European filth which is undercutting local workers, and hire British.

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  42. 87
    Dr Evil says:

    No institutional bias there then. It really is about time there was an independent analysis required every week for these BBC non stories.

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  43. 99
    Anonymous says:

    Classic diversion from the truth of what is said.

    It’s like Greedo gets paid for talking shit for the benefit of tory shitheads.

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    • 104
      Lynton bing crosby says:

      Problem was anon they were all liebore shitheads but the beeb forgot to mention it. I wonder why?

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  44. 106
    Intellectually Crippled @BBC.co.uk says:

    million in damages. Thank you very much!

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  45. 107
    Brown Out & pay me damages. Hurry up! says:

    The BBC can jog on. Morally spineless leeches that they are!

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  46. 108
    Brainwashing Bullshitting & Corrupt. says:

    When is the BBC going to stop leeching off the weak? They are a disgrace!

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  47. 110
    BBC leech says:

    Million fools & thick socialists, who are so dim they need instructions on how to breathe.

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  48. 111
    Intellectually Crippled says:

    Shameless socialist leeches using the weak for their own ends!

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  49. 114
    Tosspot says:

    I was under the impression the BBC was impartial…. looks like NOT.

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  50. 121
    One-term Davey no bollox says:

    If only we could find someone to do something about these lefty b’stards.

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  51. 124
    Anonymous says:

    Can I get a job on a think tank?

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  52. 127
    Tony Packham says:

    Nice one Guido!

    And a total humiliation for the BBC. Aren’t they supposed to check their sources?

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  53. 128
    #88 says:

    The BBC are in full shock, horror, how can the nasty Tories threaten to send illegals home in response to the AdVan touring parts of London where illegal immigrants are likely to hang out.

    Leha, over on the BiasedBBC.org site, has just made the excellent point that the BBC have a few of their own detector vans, threateningly, but uselessly touring around too.

    Quite, BBC. Where’s the difference between the Govt’s AdVans and your own TV licence detector vans? the arrival of which is announced with warnings to get a licence or be prosecuted.

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  54. 129
    Northern Bitch says:

    It was a story in the latest Private Eye!

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  55. 131
    Hafod says:

    Shocking. this, on Liberal Conspiracy is about another piece of BBC bias you should highlight.http://liberalconspiracy.org/2013/07/30/bbc-trust-admits-a-key-programme-on-welfare-state-was-biased/?utm_medium=referral&utm_source=pulsenews

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  56. 133
    Cornish Pilchard says:

    This crowd operate from serviced offices at 90 London road inside a technopark attached to University of the South Bank – this is a cover to give them credibility. They call themselves the University Think Tank but they have no formal relationship with any university under than links with lefty academics

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    • 134
      kropotkin says:

      Give me strength. They are the renamed group formed in the 1990s to press the cases for the new (ex-Poly) universities and are funded by those universities. If being founded and still funded by these institutions amounts to ‘no formal relationships’ then I will also believe that Guido can go an hour without a triple whisky.

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  57. 135
    Whistle Sucker says:

    If the money spent by Auntie B on questionable payouts to staff had been used to purchase rights to the current Test Match series we tax payers wouldn’t have to pay Sky to watch the same live! Means we are paying twice over.

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  58. 138
    Institute of Economic Affairs says:

    Your fellow Ledehosen wearing ball-bag Allister Heath would never let anyone sockpuppet him. Never.

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  59. 140
    BBC kontroller says:

    This is what we do every day. Just run some anti-Tory alarmist stories as fact that are sourced from ‘think tanks’ that are staffed by Labour cronies.

    Seeing as we control most of the news output there’s nothing you can do about it.

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