Monday, 6 July 2009

Taking the Biased BBC To Task

Licence rebel prosecuted as BBC finally tackles TV fee 'refuseniks':
The BBC is prosecuting a viewer who has refused on principle to pay his television licence for seven years, amid claims the Corporation is fearful of a growing backlash against the fee.

Retired engineer John Kelly was one of several thousand people who have refused to pay since 2002 in protest at what they regard as bias in the BBC's news coverage of issues such as the European Union.
It's not just the EU the BBC doesn't cover impartially (or at all).

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