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Why Sue Cook can no longer bear the biased BBC


WHO remembers Sue Cook? In the 1990s she was a household name and face. She was perhaps best known for co-presenting the BBC TV programme Crimewatch with Nick Ross. 

Today she’s a successful author and a newly vocal critic of her former employer’s news bias. The Mail reported that she criticised the corporation’s ‘unbalanced’ Covid-19 coverage,she said she’d stopped listening to Today on Radio 4after becoming ‘disillusioned’ and observed that the BBC ‘wheeled out’ Professor Neil Ferguson ‘all the time’ to push for shutting down the UK, calling him – rightly so, in many people’s opinion – ‘discredited’.

What a wonderful breath of fresh air and voice of sanity. What a heroine, in fact!

Here she is with Anna Brees, another former BBC presenter who now runs her own YouTube channel, speaking out about BBC bias and turning off its news, in the interview that grabbed the headlines.

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Kathy Gyngell
Kathy Gyngell
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