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Why is this the second most important story on the BBC home page? 'YouGov survey: British sarcasm lost on Americans'
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Is it because the US with its military might and financial muscle are the world oppressors...?

 

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The BBC and the progressives are quite incredible.....how openly anti male does it get?

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Honestly!!
BBC News - Zoe Ball earns respect with new BBC Radio 2 breakfast show
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'Does the rainbow flag need black and brown stripes?' [Link]

'It is possible to be Muslim and a lesbian' [Link]

'Gambling addict who lost £70,000 calls for more support for women' [Link]

More daily inter-sectionality propaganda.

Plus two anti-Trump stories.

'Has Trump turned his back on Europe?' [Link]

'Trump denies he ever worked for Russia' [Link] Still ZERO evidence of Russia collusion.

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View Forest Hillbilly's Profile Forest Hillbilly Flag in a hidey-hole 18 Jan 19 6.58am Send a Private Message to Forest Hillbilly Add Forest Hillbilly as a friend

like this story,..https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-46912691
"old man who probably shouldn't be driving, crashes into car"
And rather than review the driving abilities of an old man (who needing to drive is essential for him to get out and about, what with not being able to afford taxis), there are already suggestions that the speed limit be lowered on the main road where he pulled out in front of another car.

How is this a BBC top story, with all the political shenanigans going on ? not just Europe stuff, but USA and N.Korea
What the absolute f v ck has happened to UK journalism ? This mornings papers carry pictures of a broken wing mirror and some broken glass on the road.

Donald Trump is not my favourite person. But he was right about the increasing amount of 'fake news'

still, at least the old git wasn't driving through a tunnel in France.

 


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View Bobtail's Profile Bobtail Flag Orpington 19 Jan 19 9.25am Send a Private Message to Bobtail Add Bobtail as a friend

Our chance to influence this!
On BBC News page,
Scroll down to story "Freezing homeless sheltered by football club"

If enough of us click it enough times it might register in the 'most read' list.

 


Open your eyes, look up to the skies and see

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View YT's Profile YT Flag Oxford 19 Jan 19 9.42am Send a Private Message to YT Add YT as a friend

Originally posted by Forest Hillbilly

like this story,..https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-46912691
"old man who probably shouldn't be driving, crashes into car"
And rather than review the driving abilities of an old man (who needing to drive is essential for him to get out and about, what with not being able to afford taxis), there are already suggestions that the speed limit be lowered on the main road where he pulled out in front of another car.

How is this a BBC top story, with all the political shenanigans going on ? not just Europe stuff, but USA and N.Korea
What the absolute f v ck has happened to UK journalism ? This mornings papers carry pictures of a broken wing mirror and some broken glass on the road.

Donald Trump is not my favourite person. But he was right about the increasing amount of 'fake news'

still, at least the old git wasn't driving through a tunnel in France.

Sorry if I’m misunderstanding your point, FH, but....

Whereas I’m generally appalled by the BBC, I have to ‘defend’ it slightly in that the early reports I saw on the DoE car crash were quick to start speculating as to whether a 97 year old should still be driving. Whether it should be the lead story is - I agree - questionable.

 


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Just to add...I meant I’m appalled by the BBC news and current affairs coverage. And Lineker, Shearer and co, obvs. I quite like Les Miserables, Peaky Blinders and of course Father Brown!

 


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Originally posted by Bobtail

Our chance to influence this!
On BBC News page,
Scroll down to story "Freezing homeless sheltered by football club"

If enough of us click it enough times it might register in the 'most read' list.

That headline’s already been used for an article about A Sørloth.

 


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View steeleye20's Profile steeleye20 Flag Croydon 19 Jan 19 10.26am Send a Private Message to steeleye20 Add steeleye20 as a friend

i am in the minority here, think the beeb has done a good job down the years.

After seeing Fiona Bruce and Question Time I was appalled, could this be the BBC?

The audience, for some reason, were 'warmed up' and loudly booed Miss Abbott, the presenter and another panellist engaged in a pincer movement egged on by the hyped up audience.

They were also completely wrong, the shadow minister was correct when she was allowed to speak.

At every stage the shadow minister was interrupted bullied a white person of course would never have such treatment.

But we learn nothing.

Our generation will not be mourned.

 

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Originally posted by steeleye20

i am in the minority here, think the beeb has done a good job down the years.

After seeing Fiona Bruce and Question Time I was appalled, could this be the BBC?

The audience, for some reason, were 'warmed up' and loudly booed Miss Abbott, the presenter and another panellist engaged in a pincer movement egged on by the hyped up audience.

They were also completely wrong, the shadow minister was correct when she was allowed to speak.

At every stage the shadow minister was interrupted bullied a white person of course would never have such treatment.

But we learn nothing.

Our generation will not be mourned.

I trust that you're equally upset when the same thing happens to Farage etc.

You don't have selective outrage, do you?

 

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View Badger11's Profile Badger11 Flag Beckenham 22 Jan 19 9.31am Send a Private Message to Badger11 Add Badger11 as a friend

LBC just had an interesting report on the license fee.

Apparently the number of people not paying has risen to 7% overall and in Scotland has reach 10%. BBC are promising to clamp down on non payment, well they would say that, however the increase has been rapid over the last 3/4 years.

Is this a slow burning poll tax revolt?

 


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