Biased BBC personality of the year

This coveted annual award is held in high esteem by the News Community .

Rules – no actionable defamation ( no lies )

Should be a beeboid but the can be an honory  biased swamp member .

You can make other rules up but despite provocation please stick to the ‘no naughty words’ policy.

nominations will close according to events.

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118 Responses to Biased BBC personality of the year

  1. David R says:

    A special global award to all employees, as all contribute to the bias.

    Oh, and BTW 1st.


  2. Nibor says:

    Can we also have Most Arrogant Group Of Retarded Cretins Who Think They’re Funny so that I can nominate the Nws Quiz and The Now Show ? Otherwise I’d have to put forward Marcus Prigstocke only and would hate the others , like Jeremy Hardy and Punt and Dennis to miss an accolade .


  3. Fedup2 says:

    I’m starting to see the difficulty of this award – there could be just so many nominees …

    Maybe we ll land up with comedies – but comedy won’t be amongst them because the Far Left BBC don’t do it no more ..


    • Nibor says:

      Fed ,

      Yes I can see problems , for example Sandi Tossedvig . Is she still working for Al Beeb or just making the occasional appearance ?
      The thing about group awards is that it also brings in the ones we don’t know , like unnamed cast members and the scriptwriters and editors .
      Perhaps Most Biased Programme ? Sneerer of the year ?


  4. Doublethinker says:

    Sopel wins hands down in my book. His pro swamp anti Trump propaganda is extreme by any standards . He would be at home working for CNN.


    • Scroblene says:

      Oh yes, yes, yes; the role model for ‘The Little Penguin’!

      I have to adjust the TV set when he’s on, mainly because I’ve hurled a brick at the screen and chucked the whole blasted lot across the room!


    • Johnny Norfolk says:

      Andrew Neil should have a special award about his treatment of Tommy Robinson. He just totaly rode over him.and gave him no room at all. he supprised me in his attitude looked like he was tyrying to please his masters. We must have free speech.


  5. Fedup2 says:

    Double –
    I m trying to work out how to make the decision and final award.
    As soon as I put up the thread I knew that Sopel would be enthusiastically supported . Perhaps he goes into the international /USA category …


    • Oaknash says:

      Posturing Berk category?


      • Up2snuff says:

        That as well, but we may have to change the title slightly to comply with Fed’s header requirements. How about ‘International Posturing Poseur’ Award?

        That leads me to think of the IPCC. So we may need an Environment category to cover the Horrorbin.



    • john in cheshire says:

      Can I nominate Ratty Katty and that kuentsberg woman?


    • Doublethinker says:

      I think he ought to be nominated for the following categories:
      Best suppression of unwelcome facts
      Best distortion of the truth
      Best adherence to the Globalist narrative


  6. Up2snuff says:

    After this morning’s TOADY Programme and Mishal Husain’s delinquent but revealing interview with the Chancellor of the Exchequer, I nominate Mishal Husain for the award.

    She will be very much an outsider but may just win. After all, she is beautiful. It was obvious where she – and her employer? – stood and that she only wished to really ask pro-Remain questions.


    • G.W.F. says:

      I am backing Mishail Husain for her skilful use of a sneer when she does not have to intelligence to understand that an answer to her biased question has been given.
      I would like to give second place to Dimbelby of QT for his smug posture and utterly biased handling of discussions on his programme.


      • Up2snuff says:

        GWF, perhaps we need a Biased BBC old Buffers Award. I nominate Jonathan for that one because he has lost control of himself, the Any Questions Panel and possibly other things as well.

        One thing may be certain, two Dimblebys nominated, a certain win for the family.

        “Oh, hello Mr Attenborough. I didn’t notice you there. You should look after that little cough at your age.”


    • Oaknash says:

      Has Mishal got good legs?


      • G.W.F. says:


        Just googled images for her legs and they are hard to find. In one photo I had the impression that they were a bit bandy, you can’t have everything


    • Demon says:

      Yes Up2, Mishal is beautiful. Until you look closely at those eyes. They are cruel and full of hate. She would be a worthy winner.


  7. G says:

    I see Swedish police practice the same UK response to migrant/muslim rapes.
    Perhaps this is what security liaison with their EU counterparts is all about?
    “Cultural exchange”.


    • Navets says:

      A link to a truly shocking story. Who could blame ordinary people who decide to enforce civilised standards for themselves? The failure of the institutions of society to fulfill their obligations to protect its people is a recipe for anarchy.


  8. TrueToo says:

    For me Nick Robinson wins the coveted award. He is the most biased and deluded of BBC ‘personalities’ – and I put that in quotes because their personal qualities are obliterated by their identical far-left ideology. They speak with one distinct voice.

    Why Robinson? Because he pointed to the statue of George Orwell with devotion and pride – claiming that the BBC is on some great mission aligned to “freedom” because it is “telling people what they do not want to hear.”

    Well, I guess there is some truth in that last bit. I for one am sick and tired of practically everything the BBC has to tell me.


    • Fedup2 says:


      I’m thinking that the judging panel should consist of those with editing authority here . And depending on the number of nominations perhaps to be announced in the run up to Christmas .

      The counting method should be based on the Florida State model of ‘ hanging chads’ Or bribery based on the Tower Hamlets model


      • TrueToo says:

        Sounds good to me, Fedup2.

        I’ll make sure that every vote that goes to the candidate of my choice gets counted at least twice.


    • ObiWan says:

      That’s the funny thing about lefties and how they view ‘1984’ in particular (and ‘Animal Farm’, for that matter) – for them, it’s somehow a warning against fascism. Eh? I read it as an uncompromising criticism of Stalinism and communism in general. I dunno, that’s the hellish dystopia Orwell seemed, on the page, to be describing to me.


      • Luckyharry69 says:

        People who say they have read 1984 and think they know 1984…
        haven’t read 1984


        • Demon says:

          luckyharry, I’ve read 1984 and am seeing it introduced bit by bit, restriction by restriction, . It is an attack on globalism exemplified by authoritarianism. Could be extreme right, but fits extreme left much more snugly.

          Animal Farm is unquestionably about Communism, in particular Stalinism. Despite Orwell having left-wing views he knew enough to see the flaws in its ideology and imlementation.


          • TrueToo says:


            I quoted from ‘The road to Wigan Pier’ in update to a post I wrote above the line on Orwell around June.

            It shows that Orwell was a committed socialist but disillusioned with the quality of people on the left.

            I agree with your take on ‘1984’ and ‘Animal Farm.’


  9. Peter Sausages says:

    My vote goes to Smug, Red Clothes wearing Jo Coburn, BTW all of the other nominees on here are in with a chance.


    • G.W.F. says:

      OMG Yes. Storm Trooper jawed Jo Coburn who answers her own questions ignoring the interviewee..


  10. Roland Deschain says:

    Katty Kay, in the category of Greatest Number of Derogatory Tweets About Donald Trump in Three Characters or Less


  11. Stevie m says:

    It won’t be Gammon man this year. Oh and how can the robbing swines charge you £16 to change your address online


  12. Lucy Pevensey says:

    23 posts and no one has mentioned the queen of the swamp creatures.



    • G.W.F. says:

      Lucy Pevensey

      Wots that thing in her hand? I hope it is not one of them things that some wimmin use.


    • Dystopian says:

      Post #14 Lucy…

      john in cheshire November 28, 2018 at 3:59 pm
      Can I nominate Ratty Katty and that kuentsberg woman?

      Vote 5 likes


  13. Lucy Pevensey says:

    Sorry to put you all off your dinner……..


  14. Oaknash says:

    Dont worry Lucy – The beauty of scrolling is that I can scroll down until the sour lemon sucking face disappears – then it is all quite tidy.

    Please dont think I am shallow or anything like that!


  15. Nelson10 says:

    Jo Coburn.


    • vesnadog says:

      What about that laura bicker (spelling)

      I think she’s reporting from the US! What a sour face she pulls!


  16. vesnadog says:

    “Biased BBC personality of the year”

    I don’t care one little bit – but I bet they are a pair and ones black male (as in African) and the others blonde and female (as in anglo/saxon)!


  17. Oaknash says:

    I think Emma Jane Kirby and Jane Hll both deserve runners up prizes. Emma Jane as well as her stunning BBC journalist credentials is also a best selling fiction author I think the Toilet Cleaner of Lampadusa may have been one of hers.
    Jane Hill also deserves a mention. I think it may have been her that did some really good reporting at the time of the Chemnitz riots to tell us that Germany has been the safest it has ever been for 25 years. Some may disagree.
    So that is why the London Emir wants more migrants – because they bring peace.


  18. JamesArthur says:

    Chris Mason has to be up there for the most pretenious prat award…
    Can we have a Jon Snow (Game of Thrones but also BBC by strange coincidence) award ” you know nothing” Got to be Diane Abbott


  19. Scroblene says:

    It’s got to be Richard Hawwoedbin, (or a similarly named poodle for mucking up any globule worming ‘debate’, who is an expert – er no, an ‘analyst’, well, the first four letters are correct, and spurts drivel every time he opens his ugly gob…

    I’m fed up with his ‘oh-so-serious’ stuff, gleaned from politicians who are so thick they think Wo(a)nking’s in China, and sleazy lefties intent on BS for the masses. These people have created a huge morass of dubious lies, innuendo and sheer hypocrisy which deadens the need for the world to move on and away from posturing individuals like Blair and Major, and show a pair.

    Oh, and Jon Sopill is next.


  20. Dover Sentry says:

    Naga Munchetty of BBC morning sofa fame.


  21. gb123 says:

    As far as I understand it, SJWs of the BBC all require participation trophies otherwise it is sexist, racist, whateverphobic and conservative.

    My nominations:
    Katy K for her brevity so I don’t have to wade through too much.
    Jodie W for the most improved virtue signalling and ruination of a cherished wasp TV show.
    Emily Maitlis for the best impersonation of a spider and interruption of non BBC approved interviewees.
    Special mentions for Naga Munchetty, Andrew Marr, Evan Davis, Gary Lineker and Graham Norton for just being plain annoying and no value for money.


    • Scroblene says:

      “Emily Maitlis for the best impersonation of a spider and interruption of non BBC approved interviewees.
      Special mentions for Naga Munchetty, Andrew Marr, Evan Davis, Gary Lineker and Graham Norton for just being plain annoying and no value for money.”

      Wine-sur-keyboard, GB! Splutter!

      ‘Best impersonation of a spider’ should receive a special award!


    • vesnadog says:

      “Katy K for her brevity so I don’t have to wade through too much.
      Jodie W for the most improved virtue signalling and ruination of a cherished wasp TV show.
      Emily Maitlis for the best impersonation of a spider and interruption of non BBC approved interviewees.
      Special mentions for Naga Munchetty, Andrew Marr, Evan Davis, Gary Lineker and Graham Norton for just being plain annoying and no value for money.”

      Any of the above!

      Oh! Bye the way is it now complusary for us bto wear those hideous AIDS RIBBONS? They seem to get bigger every year! Soon be big enough for Elton John to hide behind his he being so small and the ribbons growing ever so big these days!


  22. davylars says:

    Can I nominate Anna Foster (BBC Radio Newcastle) for being the stupidest..


  23. Luckyharry69 says:

    for being ‘cool’ ‘trendy’ and ‘down with the yoof’….and far too lefty for my liking……and has turned QT Extra Time into a joke.

    …..and for taking the mickey out of Rees Mogg and Milton Friedman on more than one occasion…in fact anybody who is slightly ‘conservative’

    a crass, crude, lewd, ‘one trick-pony’ of a journalist who loves to use the words ‘working class’ at every opportunity

    (Any other ‘Feminist’ presenters on Radio 4 or Radio 5 deserve special mention too…)


    • Fedup2 says:

      Ok – I’m getting a drift for categories – but it’s still early days ;

      Best interuptor
      Most biased ( regional )
      Most biased humour attempt
      Most obvious bias – domestic
      Worst international bias
      Worst North American

      Most obvious bias – non bbc state broadcaster .

      This can be a challenge as it’s been a longer year than usual – we’ve done 13 months and still December (A) and (B) to come ..


    • Daphne says:

      I once heard Adrian Chiles described as looking like ” a Toby Jug full of stale p*ss”. I wish i could remember who said it, what a great insult!


    • Navets says:

      Adrain Chiles taking the mickey out of Milton Friedman? Unbelievable. Adrain Chiles is not fit to receive the steam from Milton Friedman’s kettle and never will be for as long as he has holes in his ears. What a pompous piece of uneducated economically-illiterate detritus the “man” proves himself to be. Please send me a link, for me it is an absolute must-see.
      For me, he is now the stand-out candidate.


  24. Nibor says:

    Can I nominate The Food Programme and Gardeners Question Time for an award for the most stupid non sequitur sneering at President Trump and Brexit ?
    While I’m at it , the weather reports , because they can’t use Fharanheit ( have I spelt it correctly ? ) .


  25. Demon says:

    Joke O’Burn who is the Party watcher of the maverick Andrew Neill. Maybe not quite as bad as Anita the Chin but a fitting replacement for her.


  26. Nibor says:

    Some of us can’t watch television so should the awards be split into radio and TV ?
    Susan Calman for example only appears on radio and would be extremely upset if she didn’t get an award and thus could not mention her wife .


  27. Fedup2 says:

    Nibor – damn – thank you – didn’t think of that …
    … and we ll reserve a special award for ms Calman’s ‘wife’

    And the award for the most flustered interviewer goes to….. Cathy newman – nah – just a nomination . Was that this year ?


    • Luckyharry69 says:

      a wife is a woman…….the spouse of a man.Somebody needs to start calling out this bullshit…….
      as Ben Shapiro says there are two sexes/genders……
      call me old fashioned.
      Let the LGBT ‘community’ invent their own terms for things.
      call it a spife, life, grife, jife, or knife I dont care…but a wife is the woman and the husband is a man in the Judeo-Christian tradition.we are on a serious slippery slope if we let these things ride like we currently are……

      ….they can live their lives in peace and I will do likewise.
      Never the Twain………


  28. Dystopian says:

    David Dimblebore!


  29. Panda says:

    BBC and personality is a bit of a misnomer surely. Biased BBC lefty drone of the year is nearer the mark i’d say.


  30. Fedup2 says:

    I knew someone would catch me out on the title . I couldn’t think of a ‘ decent’ one and since the Sports-lack -of -personality – of the year is coming up -what else?

    We need a lifetime biased achievement award too…


  31. Dover Sentry says:

    I’d like to nominate the following luvvies. They promised to leave Britain in 2016 if Brexit won:

    Graham Norton

    Bob Geldof

    Paul O’Grady

    Unhappily, all three are still UK residents and happy to take our money.

    Great thread, by the way. Let’s keep it fluid and without borders 😉


    • Payne by name says:

      Good one on Norton. I used to enjoy his show but the tediously predictable Trump bashing and political statements at the beginning drove me away.


  32. Deborah says:

    Local political presenter for Look North Tim Iredale must go on the list. He loves to place the camera so you can see right up his nose. I assume he thinks it makes him look superior but it actually makes him look sleezy..


  33. Nibor says:

    John Simpson liberated Kabul remember .
    I think he should go to a province in Afghanistan to get an award .


  34. Payne by name says:

    I don’t watch a great deal of Beeb anymore but I’d have to nominate either Emily Matliss for her unpleasant and aggressive interviewing technique with her angry craggy sunken face and hate burning eyes; or Laura Kuennssberg for her insipid instructions on how to interpret and ‘understand’ the interview that you’ve just watched. Like some kind of Russian submarine political officer.


    • Rich says:

      Payne, well put,

      The Mantis seems to be full of the joys of spring, relatively speaking of course, since May decided to steer us back towards the iceberg. Her sulking scowl has been replaced by the smug smirk of the self-entitled now that she knows Brexit is going the way she has so blatantly wanted all along. I’ll gladly second that one


      • Payne by name says:

        Thanks for the second and you are right on Emily’s ‘new look’. Thank god she saved us from disaster!


      • Payne by name says:

        Thanks for the second and you are right on Emily’s ‘new look’. Thank god she saved us from disaster!


  35. Althepalerp says:

    Don`t pay the Telly Tax
    Tell them you only watch downloads.
    Very soon they give up


  36. Woolwich says:

    Having always had a deep dislike of Watchdog I’d like to put the whole team forward for the group “No Sh*t Sherlock “ or “Mountain From Molehills” awards. While head Watchdogger Matthew Allwright could probably be a decent chap under different circumstances I can’t help but have a deep distrust in him, probably due to the years I spent working in retail that taught me , no, actually the customer isn’t actually always right, partly due to the fact he works for the BBC so needs to overcome the ‘you can tell they’re lying because their lips are moving’ bias I have. Until someone here steps forward with a truly awful story about him I’m happy to nominate him for the “Right Man, Wrong Place” award.


  37. Woolwich says:

    I forgot to nominate BBC Radio Newcastle for the “Crash The Car” award.
    I haven’t listened to it now for several years but I was loaned a car yesterday while mine was being serviced. The radio was set to BBC Radio Newcastle and in my haste to listen to anything else other than the sanctimonious mumsy voice of the presenter (Grime rap, Capital, static, anything really) I almost lost control the vehicle.


  38. vesnadog says:

    Can I nominate that effeminate bloke who hosts “Click”

    You should see some of his girly movements when certain items blow him away!


  39. vesnadog says:

    How about that Rasterferian black BBC reporter guy in a wheel chair! It makes me laugh when I see him holidaying in yet another exotic place paid for by my licence! He must think he’s funny cause he’s always laughing!


  40. Rich says:

    Do any of you know Mark Carruthers, BBC NI?

    Arrogant and condescending, he asks questions while flicking through his notes and without looking directly at the interviewee as if uninterested in their response, especially Unionists ( well, no veiled threats of violence from them is there?), already working out his next question/assertion as he gets ready to interrupt or change direction when he is found lacking. His interviews therefore, like so many by the bBBC, seldom provide any real insight. He’s one of the reasons the DUP boycotted the bBBC for a while last year, they simply refused any requests for interview.

    He’s also got one of those side parting, scrubbed cheek looks, has looked 45 since he was 15, the sort of face you’d never get tired of hitting.

    And Stephen Nolan. Enough said.


  41. Thatcherrevolutionary says:

    BBC award would have to be Sopel – ‘American Beauty’
    You get the feeling that his every strand of existence is dedicated to anti Trump sentiment. That smug, condescending tone and wavy arm movement is always finished off with a small nod of the head to reaffirm his superiority.
    When he can’t get on TV he’ll busy himself on Twitter.
    Strangely enough, when confronted by the President, he looked all befuddled and confused and muttered ‘fair and impartial’ whilst looking at the floor.
    ‘Another Beauty’ indeed.


    • Fedup2 says:

      Since you came up for the idea for this thread – which I reckon is an excellent diversion from brexit –

      I’ll go with Sopel for the North American beauty – I don’t know anything about Katty as so many have reported on her that I just couldn’t look .


  42. Thatcherrevolutionary says:

    Honorary Swamp Dweller – Kylie Morris Channel 4.
    Ex-BBC Gaza correspondent (that should set the alarm bells off).
    Looking like she’s just out of bed, unkempt, haggard, ill, Kylie is the actual embodiment of the hateful angry interior expressing itself on the exterior.
    She has bigged up every false claim made against the President, from Stormy Daniels to Billy Bush, even up to the Guardian/Manafort/Assange lie, which she still pushed hard earlier this week, even when the Guardian itself was backpeddalling and ‘correcting’. So desperate for anti Trump rhetoric, she appears to spend the days searching for hateful lefties to interview, then brings on a Democratic spokeswoman for balance.
    She has been wrong on every single prediction regarding American Politics, predicting ‘Blue Wave’ and victories for the Dems in Georgia/Florida/etc yet still remains the C4 Washington correspondent.


  43. s.trubble says:

    The trough swilling “beauty” must be Dimbelby..this biased bore must have raked in a fortune from our Licence Tax…and he aint finished….he’ll be swilling for many a year to come….

    reading through this thread brings it home…………what a collection of “beauties” we’ve got ‘ere mate….Jesus wept!


  44. Luckyharry69 says:

    Anybody else a bit worried by the coverage of the Huddersfield School incident and the hysteria surrounding it?

    Whilst none of us would condone bullying(and yes I suspect being an ‘immigrant’ must be quite tough in school), does it require national headlines on the BBC,an interview with the local (Labour surprisingly) MP, and apparantly it could be a police matter?……

    does the full force of the state need to be applied to a playground punch up in 2018?…..thats how far LEFT we have gone in this country.
    (my comments dont relate to the awards thread on here I admit)


  45. Loobyloo says:

    Discussed on the other thread. I think most sensible folk would agree with you, it’s just that sensible folk aren’t running the media, or managing the Twitter storm.


  46. Monty says:

    Why hasn’t anybody mentioned 3+ jobs Jeremy Vine, finding it hard to make ends meet.
    Also Top earner Gary Lineker surely they are
    up there with the rest.


    • Luckyharry69 says:

      I agree….Vine is just…….yuk?…..he plays records(thats songs for people under 40) for 2 hours and talks about tampons and potting plants?…..great work if you can get it…….

      Lineker has been mentioned….he was one name that came to mind when I first thought of this ‘award’…..not because he earns good money, and I used to respect him,….there is just something about him,I cant explain it?


  47. TrueToo says:

    Anthony Zurcher is my nomination for Chief Unwanted Guzzler at the Public Trough.

    If all Zurcher can do is occasionally lurch from the trough to his keyboard, scan the Net for 5 minutes for something about Trump and then sneer at the president for 25 minutes, then he richly deserves the coveted award.


    • BigBrotherCorporation says:

      Zurcher could also be nominated for the ‘Face Most Like a Frog’ award, and what about nominations for the: ‘Face Like a Slapped Arse’, ‘Barely Decipherable Delivery’, ‘Incapable of Even Reading From an Autocue’, ‘Most Overt and Vomit Inducing Virtue Signaller’, and ‘Most Boxes Ticked Token Minority Personage’ categories?

      Geldoff, Owen Jones, Gina Miller, and Lily Allen will, of course, be invited as special guests, oh and there will need to be invites sent to the Obamas and the Clintons too, who can all do signings for their latest blockbusters in the foyer.

      Can see this very special event will need to extend over at least six hours of the schedule, and each of the National Treasures in the audience, should be given a chance to express their valued opinions on such hot topics as: Brexit, Global Warming, and How Awful Trump is.

      I do hope there will be a ‘fair’ and proportionate representation of EVERY minority group among this year’s awardees? It’s so very important to make sure EVERYONE is represented (except any nasty xenophobic Brexiteers, of course).


      • TrueToo says:


        I like your awards, especially this one:

        ‘Most Overt and Vomit Inducing Virtue Signaller’

        Problem is, it’s going to be really hard to choose a winner there because they all continually jostle for position to be the best MOVIVS.

        Might be easier to choose the worst BBC hack in that category. Andrew Neil would probably do, since he doesn’t seem to give much of a damn about what anyone thinks of him.


        • Daphne says:

          I happened to see the Sunday Strictly Come Dancing results show which opened with a dance performed by the professionals and some diversity dance group, there were men dancing with men, women dancing with women, it was so worthy it made me feel slightly ill, but then there was a chap in a wheelchair who did little more than spin round. I can do that on my chair at work, maybe I should offer my services?


  48. pugnazious says:

    Syrian refugee schoolboy suffers racial assault by white nationalist who was inspired by Tommy Robinson. So went the story on the BBC.

    Curiously the story has almost been vanished as it now languishes unloved and unhyped on the Huddersfield page on the BBC website. A very short report notes that the boy has been charged with assault…not racially aggravated assault.

    Why might that be? No idea if you read the BBC. The BBC is normally the first to promote any anti-Tommy Robinson story and yet as other news outlets headline with news that Robinson may be sued by the boy’s father there is nothing on the BBC site despite the story being a day old.

    Robinson ‘reports’ that he was told the real story is that firstly the Syrian had hit a white girl with a hockey stick forcing her out of school and second, that the Syrian has threatened to stab his attacker before the attack and that was the reason for the assault.

    All this is denied by the Syrian family of course…hence the lawyers.

    One might suppose these rumours have some substance given the BBC’s reaction and seeming reluctance to report them…its usual favourite activity of hiding inconvenient news that undermines their narrative of racist Britain and innocent, vulnerable immigrants under attack by brutish brexiteers.

    The Today pogramme wheeled in the headmaster from the school this morning to talk about the assault but didn’t get what they expected as he stated that this was not racially motivated and that some groups were using it for political reasons….cue sudden interest…does he mean right-wing groups?…no, left-wing groups….George Galloway is the man who has been spreading the video around and trying to whip up a furore…successfully. Cue sudden loss of interest. Remember the BBC’s outraged reaction to Trump retweeting videos of attacks by Muslims? The BBC just aren’t interested in Galloway stirring up racial tensions in this country for his own sordid reasons.

    Here’s Tommy Robinson getting rightly indignant…..he calms down a few seconds in…..


    • Loobyloo says:

      Just checked Sky and it’s gone off theirs, and off their UK site which is interesting as it was there this morning along with the story about the refugees sister. It’s almost as if they coordinate these actions, or maybe they’re following advice?
      While looking, saw this though, another grateful asylum seeker:

      Man guilty of strangling elderly widow with lawnmower flex
      (Sorry it’s not copying the link)


  49. jip says:

    Riots in French part of the EU dictatorship, 300,000 protesting, hundreds of arrests, the streets on fire… silence from the deceivers at the BBC.


    • Fedup2 says:

      I’m not sure if we should include politicians in these awards but the news that David Lammy has been awarded ‘ politician of the year ‘ – I’ll repeat that – David Lammy – makes me think we might need a bbc most favoured politician or indeed non staff journo
      In the latter category there is stiff competition between young Owen , Alibi , afria and many others .


  50. JamesArthur says:

    I look forward to the final list of awards for which we can vote and agree with FedUp we need a politician but it should be BBC bias linked
    Most popular BBC politician?
    We cant have a dumbest politician because that would be hate crime and there are too many in with a chance –