BBC

Total 37 Posts

News UK TV and GB News: New channels stoke fears of more partisan journalism.

5 min read
Research shows broadcast journalism is already becoming more partisan. If standards in accuracy and impartiality are not robustly regulated, Fox-style journalism could soon become an accepted norm of the UK’s broadcast ecology.

Why is the BBC still trailing tearfully after Mr Trump?

4 min read
The BBC’s apparently tender concern for Mr Trump would be baffling if it weren’t so transparent.

The BBC is allowing intellectual laziness.

3 min read
Why the BBC should encourage critical thinking rather than promote its so-called impartiality.

Why shouting at Laura K will not change anything.

5 min read
In defence of BBC’s Laura Kuenssberg who works within a system that is being gamed by populists in government, Russell Jones writes that the only solution is to adjust the system.

Identity politics in a pandemic: Why coronavirus unity disappeared and may not return for the second wave.

4 min read
The British public still wants to rally round its institutions but fraying trust makes the job harder as winter approaches.

When you set a precedent, others will follow it in the future.

2 min read
There is a strong argument for why appointments should be apolitical, and unwittingly former Tory MEP Daniel Hannan has hit on it.

BBC comedy is not left-wing: Its audience has moved to the right.

4 min read
Right-wing voices are not stifled or underrepresented, they are so overrepresented within the political landscape that they can no longer perform the basic function of comedy: dissent.
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