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Reader’s Comment of the Day: The BBC is sore about Labour’s defeat

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In response to David Keighley: Pub landlord did not act alone against Farage. He got a little help from BBC friends, Politically__Incorrect wrote:

The BBC has such a narrow view of politics that none of this should come as a surprise. BBC = bias. What Al Murray and the BBC were completely unable to stop were the nearly 4 million who went out and voted Ukip. This was by the far the largest rise in vote-share by any of the parties. The BBC is clearly sore about the Labour defeat, to the point they ignore the surge in Ukip support and focus their “news” coverage almost entirely on the Labour leadership. We really need an impartial broadcaster that is not entrenched in its own worldview and which can give us facts and allow genuinely balanced debate. The BBC is no longer capable of this.

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