Those who read my blog at the time will be familiar with the fact that back in October BBC Newsnight ran an astonishingly biased piece about the Tory government's U-turn on contracting to help the Saudi dictatorship run its prisons. [I know the BBC is routinely right-wing and anti- Corbyn but this really took the biscuit.]
For those with the patience here is my appeal to the BBC Trust to uphold my complaint and dismiss the 3 crap reasons given so far to cover-up the censorship.
My point in a nutshell:
if when reporting on a change in govt policy - about which the leader of the opposition had specifically campaigned, having highlighted it in his recent inaugural party conference speech - you inaccurately attribute sole agency and credit to the govt, and fail to mention even the existence of an opposition, then that is not just bad, biased reporting; that is propaganda.
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