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Lefty Lunacy: Labour still behind in the polls…despite the BBC’s help


The BBC has continued to make its mark on the election campaign – interviewing an NHS ‘community nurse from London’ about the evil Tories…without mentioning that she is an ardent Corbynista.

Operating on home turf (nothing positive is ever said about Tories and the NHS on the news), Auntie indulged Danielle Tiplady about how horrid the Tories have been to the NHS…just hours after appearing with Jeremy Corbyn at a Labour rally at a hospital.

She said that Labour’s NHS proposals were “amazing”, to which a Tory MP wearily said that the Tories “gave up expecting balance and impartiality from the BBC a long time ago”. The interview of the nurse was then used by Corbyn’s team extensively on social media. Impartiality. What impartiality?

How much of a failure will Corbyn turn out to be if not even the BBC’s backing can get him into Number 10?

(Image: Garry Knight)

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Edited by Kathy Gyngell

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