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David Keighley’s BBC Watch: The Brexit Collection reveals the depth of the Corporation’s pro-EU bias

BBC reform, like so many other issues, has been pushed off the agenda by the referendum hullaballoo. But sorting out BBC bias as the Brexit...

David Keighley’s BBC Watch: Farage’s successor needs superhuman strengths to withstand the counter-revolutionaries

So farewell, then, Nigel Farage. The BBC will miss you. Hugely. Since 1999, when he was elected an MEP, the coverage of ‘leave’ in the EU...

David Keighley’s BBC Watch: The Beeb is on a mission to destroy the Brexit vote

Many – including the writers of a Daily Mail editorial and The Mail on Sunday’s columnist Peter Hitchens – claimed that the BBC had...

David Keighley’s BBC Watch: How State propaganda linked Cox’s death to Farage’s poster

Last week in BBC Watch, it was noted that as referendum polling day fast approached, that in 17 years of monitoring the BBC’s coverage...

David Keighley’s BBC Watch: Farage is smeared as a racist to the very end

Some things, it seems, never change in the BBC's worldview. To the Corporation, for example, the EU is a bringer of peace and a vital...

David Keighley’s BBC Watch: Corporation colludes with Brussels to promote its censorship of free speech

BBC bias comes in many forms. One of the most insidious is bias by omission, when the Corporation chooses not to report key developments...

David Keighley’s BBC Watch: Mardell buries impartiality with his funeral in Berlin

Former ‘Europe’ editor Mark Mardell plumbed new depths of BBC bias at the weekend, His report for The World This Weekend about the German reaction to...

David Keighley’s BBC Watch: The pro-EU bias is still there but better disguised

When it comes to impartiality, which planet does Newsnight – the BBC’s television news and current affairs flagship programme – inhabit? Over the past six...

David Keighley: For the Beeb, loving Europe means breaking all the rules

The eagle-eyed people over at Heat Street noticed at the weekend that the BBC overseas website was running very prominent ‘remain’ banner ads, targeted on...

David Keighley’s BBC Watch: Whittingdale’s White Paper will be a whitewash

So finally, the BBC Charter White Paper is about to be published, on a timetable that will lead to renewal at the beginning of...

David Keighley’s BBC Watch: Radio 4’s Mark Mardell wears his EU flag on his sleeve

Mark Mardell was the BBC’s first ‘Europe’ editor, appointed to the role back in 2006. The circumstances are very relevant to the EU referendum now...

David Keighley’s BBC Watch: Obama is the patron saint of the Corporation’s anti-capitalist crusade

President Obama’s deeply unpleasant warning that we have no choice but to surrender our national identity to Brussels accorded with the authoritarian outlook of...

David Keighley’s BBC Watch: Juggernaut devotes four hours to Osborne’s pro-EU tome. Bias remains

Monday can be seen in referendum terms as the day that the Remain side produced what it believed was an Exocet. Chancellor George Osborne released...

David Keighley’s BBC Watch: The difference between Britain and a tiny ugly platform in the North Sea? Nothing in the eyes of pro-EU producers

News-watch’s monitoring of the BBC’s EU referendum coverage has now been underway for three months and this is a progress report. In one sense, tectonic...

David Keighley’s BBC Watch: Helen hasn’t just stabbed loathsome Rob. She has killed The Archers

I have, I confess, listened to a good proportion of the 17,930 editions of The Archers; some of my earliest memories date from the...

David Keighley’s BBC Watch: Beware premature celebrations. Pro-EU bias is rife at Broadcasting House

How biased is the BBC in the coverage of the referendum campaign? News-watch research, documented on our website, has shown that until this year,...

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