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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,...

David Keighley’s BBC Watch: EU funds TV plug for Obama. President plugs EU

As the EU referendum approaches, the BBC knows that its programme output is under special scrutiny for impartiality. All the signs though - as...

David Keighley’s BBC Watch: A propaganda blitz from the man who hates Britain

Coming soon to a wall near you: a new black plaque, courtesy of the BBC – and with it an extension of their headlong...

David Keighley: BBC staff live in a lefty bubble of their own

Former deputy governor of the Bank of England Sir David Clementi’s review of BBC governance as part of BBC Charter renewal looks impressive at...

Ryan Bourne: Just three per cent of BBC guests back Brexit

The once-in-a-lifetime nature of the referendum means it is too important for us to assume that the BBC and others will provide fair and balanced coverage.

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