Study Proves BBC Anti-Brexit Bias As Viewers Abandon It In Droves

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  1. Barrie Greratorex says:

    I have been saying for many years now that the ridiculously outdated TV Tax was worse than the Poll Tax or the so called Bedroom Tax and they were both abolished. The very fact that the BBC was allowed to conduct its own inquiry in to sex abuse over many years should have sounded alarm bells ringing about this now defunct Institution.

  2. MIKE MAUNDER says:

    It is a terrible shame when a public service, like the BBC, falls from its height of near perfection, that it enjoyed for many decades. During WW2 it was at the top of its game, and it was considered to be the broadcaster of choice for so many in Europe, as well as at home.
    We have all witnessed its lack of independence, with its income very much in the hands of Government. So many items of service have been lost to other broadcasters. The TV licence may well go the same way as the radio licence, and although many folk will welcome that, I for one would rather see the BBC with total integrity again !

  3. Robster says:

    The BBC has always been a Law unto its own. Alas you find that most National Radio Stations in many Countries are so run. Stems from Government insistence and scrutiny and funding.
    I think we would all be shocked at the amount the ‘beeb’ at the amount of cash the Government subsidises it!

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