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EU funded BBC hit job on Nigel Farage and UKIP

BBC Panorama

If there was ever any doubt as to the political motivation of the BBC then the hit job on Nigel Farage by Panorama on 13th October should leave you in no doubt that BBC impartiality doesn’t exist. In a blatant attempt at character assassination they contacted people long-ago disassociated from ...

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HSBC is broke; restricts large cash withdrawals

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Following research last week suggesting that HSBC has a major capital shortfall, the fact that several farmer’s co-ops were unable to pay back depositors in China, and, of course, the liquidity crisis in China itself, news from the BBC that HSBC is imposing restrictions on large cash withdrawals raising a ...

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‘Revolution is coming’ – Russell Brand on BBC

Russell Brand

Russell Brand’s transformation from an outrageous comedian know for puerile jokes, a history of drug abuse, and one-night stands with Hollywood starlets to one of the U.K.’s most popular essayists was certainly an unexpected turnaround. However, recent writings on events personal (the never-ending fears of relapse for a former addict) and ...

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Over 150 allegations of sexual abuse are made against BBC

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More than 150 allegations of sexual abuse have been made against 81 BBC employees in the wake of former presenter Jimmy Savile scandal. Data released under Freedom of Information request revealed that almost half of the people, whose names have come up since October, are either current employees or contributors ...

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MI5 ‘tried to recruit’ Woolwich murder suspect

Woolwich

UK intelligence service MI5 approached Woolwich killing suspect Michael Adebolajo to offer him a job, a friend of the alleged murderer claimed in a BBC interview. Meanwhile police have arrested three more people suspected of plotting the brutal killing. Abu Nusaybah, who claims to be a close friend of Adebolajo, ...

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British protesters condemn BBC’s pro-royals bias

British monarchy

The British anti-Monarchy activists have demonstrated outside the BBC headquarters in Bristol, London, to demand the state-run broadcaster stops promoting monarchy. The protesters condemned the pro-royal atmosphere in the BBC carrying placards that read “You’re not the Palace PR Machine”, “Monarchy: a Monstrous Carbuncle on our Democracy” and “Report, Don’t ...

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Another BBC broadcaster admits to sexual assaults on children

Stuart Hall pedo

Former BBC broadcaster Stuart Hall has admitted assaulting 13 girls as young as nine years old between 1967 and 1986. The former It’s A Knockout presenter was branded as an “opportunistic predator” by prosecutors after admitting he had carried out a series of attacks on girls, from whom the youngest ...

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Historic case to challenge BBC’s coverage of 9/11

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AE911Truth Evidence Goes to Court Feb 25, 2013 On February 25, in the small town of Horsham in the United Kingdom, there will be a rare and potentially groundbreaking opportunity for the 9/11 truth movement. Three hours of detailed 9/11 evidence is to be presented and considered in a court ...

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BBC inquiry into Jimmy Savile scandal ‘to stay secret’

Lord Patten, chairman of the BBC Trust, faced questions from MPs on the Savile scandal yesterday.

Much of the evidence compiled by a BBC inquiry into the Jimmy Savile abuse scandal could be kept secret from licence-fee payers even though they have already paid several hundred thousand pounds for it. Lord Patten, chairman of the BBC Trust, faced questions from MPs on the Savile scandal yesterday. ...

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More children gone missing from UK care homes

Missing children

The number of children gone missing from care homes in Britain has increased worryingly with those lost being exposed to sexual exploitation and drug addiction, local media reported. The numbers of children to have gone missing from foster homes across Britain has increased by 19 percent, The Independent reported. According to the ...

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