Thursday, November 21, 2019

Our top ten blogs of 2014. No 7: David Keighley on the Savile scandal

Two stories about the BBC this week underline how morally bankrupt the Corporation is becoming in its day-to-day operations and attitudes. Its default position –...

Nicholas Booth: The BBC’s leftist bias is endemic and risible. But it is also counterproductive

The BBC has a massive left wing bias, that permeates everything from comedy to Casualty. That’s actually working out rather well but how long...

Our top ten blogs of 2014. No 9: Kathy Gyngell on Peter Kellner

Labour’s problem isn’t Ed Miliband, it’s Labour, Peter Kellner, head of YouGov, wrote yesterday. Voters dislike a party that suffers from a lack of...

Our top ten blogs of 2014. No 10: Kathy Gyngell on John Humphrys

The BBC just can’t help itself. Impervious to the criticism that Evan Davis’s non-interview with the verbally incontinent Russell Brand drew from all quarters,...

Laura Perrins: Women need men for far more than putting out the rubbish

Women need men and men need women. It is called companionship and having human relationships. Jane Gordon also believes a woman ‘really does need...

Reader’s Comment of the Day: For feminists women without work are traitors to the cause

In response to, “Laura Perrins: Home cooking falls victim to the feminist crusade”, Dougie wrote: Feminists see working women as their shock troops, to be...

Kathy Gyngell: The Church of England gives up on marriage. No wonder our children suffer so much

At the end of the year I am as depressed as ever by the political and media establishments – and most of all by...

Reader’s Comment of the Day: The multicultural paradise is for others as its architect Mandelson retreats to his country pile

In response to, “David Keighley: Crocodile tears from John Humphrys over BBC failure on immigration”, alphonsus44 wrote: I saw Peter Mandelson on the Marr show...

Andrew Cadman: Will China’s growing number of Protestants challenge the conformity of the communist state?

The Yorkshire mining town of Barnsley isn’t the sort of place that one would think would shake the world. That said, to many older...

David Keighley: Crocodile tears from John Humphrys over BBC failure on immigration

John Humphrys 'admission' behind a paywall in The Sunday Times that the BBC has botched and skewed coverage of immigration - and failed to reflect genuine...