Bias at the BBC may be investigated
Britain has several MEPs who truly fight Britain’s corner and liberty’s cause in Brussels and elsewhere. The vast bulk of the MEPs are complete duds. We recognise, among others, the contributions of Roger Helmer, Daniel Hannan, Nigel Farage, Gerard Batten, and Ashley Mote. All of these have spoken publicly about the BBC’s support of the EU.
Last month the Metropolitan Police were delivered a bundle of documents from Ashley Mote. Hard on the heels of his complaint about the treasonous activities of Mr Blair and his cronies, Mr Mote has now detailed the tens of millions of euros received by the BBC over recent years from the EU and its institutions.
Deputy Assistant Commissioner John Yates has been asked to examine the evidence linking the EU, as the source of these funds, and the BBC’s editorial support of the EU. The BBC bias, which has been well-documented by media analysts working for Lord Pearson of Rannoch, is contrary to the BBC’s obligations under the Royal Charter. The Charter has the force of law, and requires balance in the reporting of news and current affairs. It appears to have been soundly ignored by the BBC for decades.