Start the week 31 January 2022

Lord Grade is in line to be the new Chair of OFCOM . Good news?
Surely he knows the group think of the BBC – which is shared by those ex BBC types who hide in OFCOM … and _ elsewhere-for those who like anniversaries – this day is the anniversary of the UK leaving the EU- so be sure the BBC will celebrate that ….

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339 Responses to Start the week 31 January 2022

  1. tomo says:

    Babylon Bee?


    although with 2022 going the way it started I’m not so sure.


    • StewGreen says:

      Catchup links to most recent posts on previous thread
      page 3 started 12:30pm on Sunday
      page 2

      Occasionally the system here will log you out as you post
      – I just click the top bar where it says Your-Profile Or Log-In ..then I login in and click Back 4 times
      and my new post is still there in the box
      I click reply next to the post I am replying to then POST


    • vlad says:

      The Pope’s a leftie globalist, in league with China and Pfizer, and the Dems.
      And loves islam.

      The only people he really hates are traditional Catholics.


    • Guest Who says:



      • Scroblene says:

        Never heard of him…


      • Jeff says:

        Unknown singer says “This government is the worst in my lifetime.”

        FFS, he looks about twelve!

        He probably thinks of Tony Blair and Gordon Brown as ancient history.

        Look kid, I remember the miners strikes, the three day week and the winter of discontent, when we had rat infested garbage piling up in the streets and unburied bodies piling up in the cemeteries..

        Come back when you’ve started shaving…


        • BRISSLES says:

          This is the big problem with the teens and twenties of the past couple of decades – having the attitude and immaturity of someone at puberty.

          Would this 27 year old get into a Spitfire and fight for his country ? would this 27 year old go down the mines and dig out coal at a height of 3′ ? Would this 27 year old even get his hands dirty farming on the land ?

          Of course not. Most blokes his age even around 1990 would be responsible enough to be married with a family. But now its useless to have a grown up conversation with someone this age, unless its about the latest video game or who is top of the Grundge play list. UNLESS of course they are working as ‘advisors’ at no.10 where its drinky poos central.


      • MarkyMark says:

        Hamas are our friends …


        • JohnC says:

          I do enjoy to watch the Leftists masks slip from time to time and we get a glimpse of what nasty, shallow, intolerant people they are at anyone who disagrees with them. It helps us understand how they have murdered so many millions when they got absolute power.

          Biden’s has slipped a few times now and he’s just the same as Jezzer.


          • NCBBC says:

            I wonder how many people have suffered grievously as they were prevented from seeing a beloved spouse on the verge of death. And yet, comes news of a friends death. He went to a hospital for minor aliment, and went out via the morgue, as the hospital put him in a covid ward.


    • Up2snuff says:

      tomo, that’s got to be a spoof, right? No Pope with the brains to pass the exams to be a priest could have written that?

      But on the other hand, when you have obviously junked Scripture, embraced various wordly doctrines and man-made religions and become a Universalist then anything, I guess, is possible ….


  2. Deborah says:

    I tend to watch GB News at 7pm, supper time and Nigel Farage. I am afraid to say that Nigel is becoming boring. He seems to be with Cummings in trying to bring Boris down.

    I am not happy with Boris but if he is brought down we could end up with a Remainer Prime Minister. I saw how duplicitous Mrs May was, constantly tying us tighter and tighter to Europe, but secretly.

    Nigel F is getting boring but I want GB News to succeed. I am not ready to go to BBC1 The One Show, but I have bought a chrome fire thingummyjig and YouTube beckons.


    • Thoughtful says:

      I’m with Nigel and Cummings in bringing Boris down too! As I said to Digg in the earlier post:

      “So you must prefer the far Left lunatic Islington Woke liberal Lefties which Carrie Antoinette has stuffed number 10 with?

      Let me remind you that with Cummings holding the bottlers nose to the grindstone he was hailed as the British Trump, now though he has become more like the British Biden.”

      Lord Frost has comfirmed she has done this, and that effectively she is the De Facto PM. Even though we never voted for her she is controlling the weak and cowardly Boris in the worst way possible.
      Lord Frost said the only way the bottler can survive is if he gets rid of all the far Left loons of his wife, but he seems incapable of standing up to her.


      • BRISSLES says:

        I can’t see anywhere in Deborah’s post that she prefers anyone from the woke left, but who in any honesty would risk taking on Cummings as an employee after his antics of the past months ?


        • Thoughtful says:

          Try reading it again Brissles and note the phrase ” As I said to Digg in the earlier post:”

          Keeping Boris means keeping his crazed wife and her hangers on, it goes with the territory, the two are inextricably linked. Wanting one automatically means wanting the other.


          • R P McMurphy says:

            She’s only a temp. He’s lead by his d*ck and it’s her doing the pulling……at the moment !


      • taffman says:

        1. Mass invasion of our shores.
        2. Allowing Al Beeb to continue with its ludicrous Licence fee .
        3. For keeping one foot in the EU.
        4. Costly green energy .
        Boris has failed us, the Tories and this nation, he has to go!


        • StewGreen says:

          It really could be a lot worse
          eg Boris still has the coal power stations open,
          and airports serving the working class etc.


        • Fedup2 says:

          Taffman – I find the boris thing tricky – and putting the pieces together to get a read on the goings on of number 10 is also an art .

          I just hope that whoever takes over is a Conservative – smaller state lower taxes – and willing to clear some of the dross out of the cabinet as opposed to keeping them – Patel – mogg – and targeting red Tory MPs who should be sitting with Edward £ Davey of the Chinese party ….
          Mrs nut nut certainly doesn’t seem to have him any favours – apart from sexual ones …


    • Up2snuff says:

      Deborah, good post.


  3. StewGreen says:

    BBC2 Sunday .. a deliberately black schedule ?
    3:30pm Sidney Poitier film
    5pm The Black Stars of Hollywood
    (5:45pm Ski Sunday )
    6:45pm Africa Cup of Nations
    9pm Andi Miquita visit the Caribbean
    .. about slavery etc.
    10pm Sidney Poitier film


    • BRISSLES says:

      Double the money then ? dressed up as a mother and daughter experience ! Like Walsh & Son. Think I’ll put myself and the dog forward to do a docudrama on the poo bins of Britain, because that’s what I think of these relative driven shows.


  4. StewGreen says:

    ITV #TriggerPoint drama
    “I wondered when it would arrive and show itself
    A #Woke drama and of course a right wing white supremacists to blame yet ”
    “Ugh. #TriggerPoint trying to be oh so clever by revealing the terrorists are not Islamist extremists by immediately following up this revelation with a bomb at a mosque. No points for subtlety for driving home a plot point.”

    So it first seemed like the terrorists were Islamic ,
    but that was just the nasty white far far far right ginger supremacists, smearing Muslims by doing a false flag


    • Fedup2 says:

      Damn – I missed it …


    • Rob in Cheshire says:

      Of course the bombers on “Trigger Point” could never be islamic. Just because, in real life, all bombers are islamic, does not mean that in the fantasy land of TV that will be the case. After all, on TV all relationships are mixed race. TV is run by leftists, and represents their fantasy of how life should be, not how it is.


      • Lefty Wright says:

        I would like to modify your last sentence slightly and suggest that “TV is run by leftists and represents their fantasy of how wonderful life will be when they have perfected human nature”.
        Socialism inevitably leads to Communism because the leftists never know when to stop. I am an erstwhile leftist.


  5. Foscari says:

    The feature on the BBC internet pages that “Transgender
    men should be proud of their periods.” Just about
    sums up the BBC !!


    • Up2snuff says:

      Foscari, the BBC have become a stain upon the character of this nation.

      Am tiptoeing toward the coat rack.


  6. BRISSLES says:

    Well, us women have always maintained that blokes have a ‘monthly’. Lol !


  7. taffman says:

    “North Korea missile tests: Biggest launch since 2017”
    Bring back Donald Trump .


  8. vlad says:

    Some interesting stats on the nation’s attitude to the BBC and the extortion tax.

    Less popular than they would have us believe.


  9. Zephir says:

    Take note bbc about. real, genuine racism in action (which you consistently ignore. Nothing in your news about this):

    Christian cleric shot dead by gunmen in harrowing execution ambush in Pakistan

    GUNMEN killed a Christian cleric and wounded his colleague as they drove home from church in Pakistan’s northwestern city of Peshawar on Sunday, police said.

    Ashiknaz Khokhar, who described himself as an activist for the Christian minority, said: “This is the second attack of this kind in Sahiwal.

    “In the village of Okara, two brothers were killed and several Christians wounded from gunshots over irrigation.

    “It is frustrating to see, on the one hand, Christians fighting for their survival and, on the other, the culprits on the loose, pre-released on bail without being arrested.”

    Eyewitness Kamran Masih, another resident of the village accused Muslim landowners of having ordered Christians to sell their lands, warning of “serious consequences” if they refused.

    Across the border in Afghanistan, Christians are also facing the threat of execution at the hands of brutal Taliban death squads purely because of their faith, the European Conservatives and Reformists (ECR) Group in the European Parliament claimed in September.

    The Statista website puts Afghanistan joint top of its Index of persecution of Christians in countries worldwide 2021 with a score of 94, matched only by Kim Jong-un’s North Korea. Pakistan is fifth.

    The ECT further accused the EU of turning a blind eye to their plight – as well as warning of potential disaster if swift action is not take to protect them.

    An ECR statement said: About ten thousand persons have converted from Islam to Christianity, which is – according to Sharia law – a crime punishable by death.


    • Up2snuff says:

      Zephir, years ago, I learned there were four million Anglicans in Pakistan. I happened to meet an unordained one who was on staff for a year at All Souls, Langham Place (next door to the BBC!) who had three older brothers back in Pakistan. All three were Curates or Vicars in the Anglican Church of Pakistan.


    • NCBBC says:

      Though the prospect of a Rejoiner PM replacing Boris is fright6ful, so is the idea that Boris has another Covid catastrophe he is keen to try out.

      He and his wife are keen to turn Britain into an Utopian Green nation on the way to reverse Global Climate Change. His bike mania is already affecting the nation.

      We already are 500 billion short, another 500 billion damage to the economy. That is a trillion pounds short before he sets out to enforce Climate Change mandates.

      Six hours at a garage to fully charge an EV. That is if you get a garage that will accept your EV, and a waiting line that will take several Six hour periods for your turn comes up. And where is the power coming from. The idea of charging millions of EV from a limited number of electricity generating stations is ludicrous.


    • NCBBC says:

      Typical day in any Muslim nation. Killing Christians is a good deed in Muslim eyes as the killer goes straight to Muslim heaven.

      Typically, the murderer will be given a very light sentence, and then released just as soon as the news is out of view.

      And we have imported millions of these people under the impression they will never attack or rape their hosts.


  10. Zephir says:

    Its those damned Russians again……

    EU face another major protest as Dutch truckers first to follow in Canada demonstration
    THE EU could be on the verge of more haulage woes as Dutch lorry drivers appeared to join in their Canadian cousins in their “freedom convoy” protest against mandatory Covid vaccines.

    Footage has now emerged on social media showing Dutch lorry drivers seemingly setting up their own “freedom convoy” to demonstrate against Amsterdam’s own policies against the coronavirus.


  11. Guest Who says:

    Neil and Joni, the press years.


    • Guest Who says:

      The smell of burning rubber in tv studio gender neutral toilets must be palpable.


    • Rob in Cheshire says:

      Harry was educated at Eton, and just managed to scrape two A Level passes, one of them in Art. I think when it comes to Covid vaccines, I would rather listen to Dr Malone, who helped develop the mRNA process. It is just possible that he knows a little more about this than ex-Prince Harry, or even Neil Young.


  12. Guest Who says:

    Next, Huw Edwards on his career.

    More money, though.


    • Garry Lavin says:

      I’ve been in that shop many times. My mate lives across the road. Shame BBC have discovered the area. That’s why I can’t afford to live up there.


  13. Guest Who says:

    The latest ‘middle of no news’ news.


    • Guest Who says:

      Only people the bbc have mentioned can reply.

      On social media.


      The irony.


      • Guest Who says:

        Further irony.


      • Fedup2 says:

        Maybe that gob Gary Neville has got something to say …


  14. digg says:

    I read, not on the BBC for obvious reasons, that The Potters Hotel in Aldershot has cancelled a load of bookings by Falkland Veterans who were planning to attend a memorial service in the area.

    The veterans chose the hotel because many are disabled and it is located close to the venues they were hoping to attend.

    Some of the bookings were made a year back and have been cancelled with notice.

    And why would they do this? Because they have landed a lucrative government contract, no doubt worth millions to house illegal asylum seekers.

    I hope that joe public makes a note of this and ensures that once the asylum gravy train runs out of steam, so will these hotel groups.

    Disgusting is too nice a word for those running this hotel group.


  15. andyjsnape says:

    Brexit: UK plan to remove EU law sparks nations’ anger
    reports the bBC


    Keep going and get us out I say, so the bBC doesn’t speak for the nation, only its own interests


    • Guest Who says:

      The mole keeps the #tellitoftenenough devolved anger bubbling.


      UK plan to remove EU law sparks anger

      It’s the two-year anniversary of Brexit, and to mark that the government’s announced a new bill to overhaul EU laws that were copied over during the transition period. The government claims the Brexit Freedoms Bill will cut £1bn of red tape for businesses but it’s sparked anger from devolved nations . Prime Minister Boris Johnson says this will “further unleash the benefits of Brexit”, making UK businesses more competitive but there’s been a backlash from Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. The plans – which the government have been working on since September – undermine the devolution settlement, according to a source, who also claimed a meeting about the proposal was “last-minute, fractious, and cack-handed”. The bill, Downing Street says, will change the way Parliament can amend and remove legislation, which currently has to go through a special process.


      Ah… ‘sources’.


  16. Guest Who says:

    BBC Photoshop guy image there?


  17. Guest Who says:

    Matty and Robster.


  18. Guest Who says:

    Drip, drip, drip….


  19. JohnC says:

    Top UK headline news from your sexist, racist BBC:

    ‘Mandatory jab for NHS staff in England could end.’


    There is absolutely no chance the prevalance of black people on the BBC front pages in a country where <4% are black can be not be considered anything else but anti-white racist.

    Which they call 'diversity' instead to hide it.

    And of course all 4 faces I see on the home page are women. Including a Ukranian soldier. I wonder what percentage of that army are women.

    The odds against both NHS staff being black women and the soldier being female if the BBC were actually impartial and unbiased are astronomical.


  20. Guest Who says:

    Fast track then to BBC Anywhere They Want


  21. dafydd says:

    BBC and SKY interviewing representatives from the government over donations from Russian billionaires.. Proven to be legit.

    Not one mention about the £500k Barry Gardiner got from a known Chinese spy…and as of yet no believable explanation.

    Don’t you just love the BBC…not..!!!!


  22. Guest Who says:


  23. Yasser Dasmibehbi says:

    The general election in Portugal brings some sort of good news. Though the socialist Party has won a third term of government the populist party Chega has moved into significance by winning 7% of the vote and moving from one seat to twelve seats making them the third largest party in their parliament.
    This might seem like small beer but Portugal has been one of the most resistant European countries to any manifestation of populism up until now.


  24. Fedup2 says:

    BBC on the case over the 70000 NHS staff who have refused to get vaccinated . It is trying to position the government as the baddy whatever happens – if it climbs down and doesn’t sack the dissenters – it’s nasty government . If it stops this policy it is bad for failing to protect the public .

    Personally – if people don’t won’t to get vaccinated – that’s fine – but don’t work in the NHS .

    We could land up with unvaccinated NHS staff sticking needles into members of the public .

    I was trying to find a parallel – maybe one of those anti car cycling fascists working in a car showroom …


    • Guest Who says:

      BBC Shires

      Could a U-turn be on the horizon?

      Ministers will meet later to decide whether or not to scrap mandatory Covid vaccinations for NHS staff in England.

      Under the current plans, if they are not fully jabbed by April, they will be redeployed or dismissed.



    • Guest Who says:

      Fascinating when the MSM fails to coordinate well.

      Not ‘the government’ then?


    • Wild Bill says:

      I worked for the NHS for a few years and had to have a vaccination against Hepatitis, I had no choice if I wanted the job, my daughter works as a dental nurse and its the same for her.


      • Fedup2 says:

        Wild – I had a job where I could land up anywhere in the world – I had a jab for just about every disease going … I had no reaction against anything except for the need to cancel my TVL DD ….


      • Eddy Booth says:

        “How long did it take for the hepatitis vaccine?

        Baruch Blumberg in 1965. Just four years later, he created the first hepatitis B vaccine using a heat-treated form of the virus. Twelve years later, in 1981, the FDA approved of the first commercially available hepatitis B vaccination, which involved blood samples from infected donors.”
        It’s 95%+ effective and side effects are rare.

        Covid vaccine was rushed through in a couple of months, the trials don’t end even end until next year, so it’s experimental, meaning Nuremberg Code kicks in, and it’s totally ineffective at stopping Omicron , while side effects are legion.


  25. Guest Who says:

    Jez wades in. Both left feet.

    He really is the tool’s tool.

    BBC going to do a Rosanna special next?


  26. AsISeeIt says:

    It was Fleet Street veteran Kelvin MacKenzie who once rather memorably went on BBC Newsnight to champion the local interests of the British media audience by challanging our liberal-minded TV broadcasters over their undue obsession with what he termed “foreign bang-bang

    The issue of Ukraine may not get the coveted tab of its own on the BBC online newspage, as do the titanic news subjects Coronavirus and Climate – and as did for years the much-beloved Brexit, now sadly no more eventually shunned due to lack of popular demand – yet Ukraine still merits no less than five different BBC story headings.

    I’m afraid we’ll have to review both the abreviated click-baity sideshow barker headlines along with their somewhat more measured companion titles:

    There’s the self-consciously self-justificatory hint: ‘Why is the UK worried about Ukraine?‘ twinned with: ‘Ukraine crisis: What’s at stake for the UK?

    The speculative: ‘Decoding Putin’s next move on Ukraine‘ and: ‘Ukraine crisis: Vladimir Putin’s geopolitical jigsaw

    The big boys toys: ‘Ukraine: How big is Russia’s military build-up?‘ – unusually for the BBC we have no rephrasing for the header when we click on this no nonsense speculative tank, gun and rocket count.

    Clues as to how German mistaken green energy policies have added a layer of complexity to the problem, naturally given a positive BBC spin: ‘Why Nord Stream 2 pipeline is a key bargaining chip‘ combines with: ‘Nord Stream 2: How does the pipeline fit into Ukraine-Russia crisis?

    And, as that old catchphrase on BBC magazine show That’s Life used to go: “And finally, Cyril…?” “And finally, Esther…”:

    What sanctions could be imposed on Russia?‘ – no further elucidation appears in the additional BBC headline other than the categorisation of this as yet another Ukraine story delivered care of the BBC for our rapt attention.

    Her Majesty’s press, in the form of the Daily Telegraph, rate Ukraine as a rather minor if just about making the grade as a frontpage story, below government retreat on the NHS vax mandate and tax hike woes: ‘Putin’s oligarchs “will have nowhere to hide”

    Our modern limp-wristed foreign policy impetuous seems to be to hit them in their pockets if we can’t beat them on the battlefield. Afterall, we could do with the cash: ‘Middle classes facing lifetime £1m tax bill‘ (Telegraph); ‘Target the millionaires not millions of workers‘ (freebie Metro)

    Oligarchs linked to Kremiln face crackdown on British wealth‘ (Times)

    What of our own oligarchs, will they ever be brought to heal?

    Best-laid plans. When the super-rich fall foul of planning inspectors‘ (‘i’) – I’m afraid we’re not talking Bill Gates and George Soros here – it’s more your Jeremy Clarkson and your Holly Willoughby.

    Mind you: ‘Princely sum: Meghan and Harry signed a deal said to be worth £18m to produce podcasts for Spotify… So will Harry and Meghan join the Spotify revolt? Pressure to cut ties with streaming giant over anti-vaxxer propaganda‘ – one hears the Sussexes have only as yet produced one podcast show – and that was a stinker – so this could be a face-saving virtue-signallers ideal way out of the deal.

    In crime news: ‘Burglars go unpunished as just 5% of cases solved‘ (Times) – how interesting – in light of this being a constantly highlighted and reported scandal: ‘Only 1.7% of reported rapes prosecuted in England and Wales, new figures show‘ (Independent September 2019)

    In other related news an England footballer may finally be getting himself a penalty to his name.


  27. Guest Who says:

    Just yer average tired Ukrainian squaddie.

    Next, Jez features the girls of the Hamas Hospital Bombing Brigade, some of whom may not be wimmin. Hard to tell.


    • Fedup2 says:

      What a great story – the prettiest Ukrainian babe ! The BBC will love that … or maybe not a feature for wimmins hours ….


      • Guest Who says:

        Always appreciate babes with guns stories.

        The US and Israeli ones do seem to have a happier demeanour though.

        From not facing a T-14 with an AR, possibly.


  28. Guest Who says:

    Sad. But most likely are up to speed.

    Still, freelance rates.


  29. Fedup2 says:

    The BBC has reminded us that the queen is having some platinum thing – which ends in 125 days on the 3rd of June with some sort of ‘national holiday ‘.

    This could be a bit tricky for the republic anti British BBC …
    ..obviously plenty of luvvies with smell the potential gong but the Marxists who celebrate approved terrorist groups – Islam – IRA – will find it a bit tricky ….

    Considering that one member of the queens family will spend 2022 in court and and grandson is a fruit hoop – it doesn’t look promising …


  30. Guest Who says:

    Rog stirs the mob.

    Well, four.


  31. G says:

    “Man seriously sexually assaulted in Cardiff city centre – police appeal”

    “The force issued a description, saying the suspect was believed to be of mixed race, possibly Indian or Arabic, in his mid-twenties, approximately 5ft 9 ins tall with short black hair.”

    Wow! This media clearly not (yet) got the message from our ‘Worlds Most Trusted’

    Clearly a shortage of children.


    • StewGreen says:

      The entire BBC article : Cardiff: Man sexually assaulted in street near museum
      Police are hunting a man after a serious sexual assault was carried out on another man in a city street.

      He was attacked after being forced to walk along a path leading behind Cardiff’s National Museum of Wales on Saturday between 03:00 and 03:30 GMT.
      South Wales Police said the assault followed an altercation between the victim and suspect in Park Place.
      The attacker is described as mixed race with black hair, aged in his 20s and about 5ft 9in tall (175cm).


  32. StewGreen says:

    9am masculinity
    Fiona Benson, Nina Power and Angelica Malin discuss male power with Helen Lewis.
    Producer: Katy Hickman

    There’s supposed to be a male panelist Ivan Jablonka, but I’ve not heard him speak.
    .. Oh they are just doing his segment
    He appears to be French, speaking less confident English.

    #IvanJablonka addresses in the book the origins of patriarchy in societies and religions,
    based on the fact that, not having the ability to procreate, man chose to appropriate control of society.

    He’s described as a male feminist historian.


    • Fedup2 says:

      Maybe they could have got a word from Mrs nut nut about ‘male power ‘…she could have brought a cake ….


    • StewGreen says:

      Oh female guest has said she is against treting men/women the same
      men/women are different at at a Cosmological level.
      ..caused presenter to stutter.


  33. MarkyMark says:

    China promotes education drive to make boys more ‘manly’
    By Kerry Allen
    BBC Monitoring

    Published4 February 2021


  34. Fedup2 says:

    Could be a very interesting week . Nut nut gets the gray report and reads it on the plane to Kiev – does his chamberlain act with putin and ducks PMQs – meanwhile plenty of number 10 resignations with a bit of doorstepping suspects as plod plods on ….
    …unless the fat Korean fires the big one of course…


  35. dafydd says:

    Above is a Tweet from ..JESS BRAMMAR

    A self confessed Corbyn lover, someone who believes in the Marxist ideology and someone who was a member of the Labour Party, someone who hated the Tories and was quite willing to slag off Israel in her now famously disgusting deleted Tweets

    But despite all the above and despite outrage in Government and despite her vile ANTISEMITIC remarks, the BBC still thought she was suitable for the role and went ahead and appointed her BBC news editor..

    How can she be deemed as ”IMPARTIAL”

    You couldnt make it up..!!!!!!


  36. Up2snuff says:

    TOADY Watch #1 – Oooh, er, we need a diversionary or two … aaaghhh, Partygate & National Insurance may be going down the pan

    Probably some frantic behind the scenes conferences between Presenters (Justin & Simon … looks like Laura might not get a Toady seat after all) and their Editors for this mornings programme. First diversionary is Rosie Duffield MP who is ‘considering her future’ in the Labour Party after encountering lots of Labour ‘love’. Of course the BBC can now claim that they ‘criticise’ Labour as well as the Conservatives although it will be interesting to see how long that Rosie Duffield story is around or ‘kept active’.

    Therefore with JustRemainIn Webb as senior Presenter this morning, the EU came up as second choice. Of course the BBC can claim that the PM is only doing it as a distraction from the Gray Report into Partygate and mention Partygate again. And one more time. Just once more.

    I think Rosie Duffield should cross the floor and join the Conservatives. At least the Conservatives don’t hate as much as Labour people, have friends and know how to party with them!


  37. digg says:

    The BBC’s main headline this morning is a text book example of how they lie by inference.

    “Brexit: UK plan to remove EU law sparks nations’ anger”

    What? British people across the land are up in arms? British People want to keep EU laws?

    You have to read right to the bottom before you tumble to the fact that the “Nations” referred to are not in fact the whole of the UK but the usual suspects being the plotters Sturgeon and Drakeford so no surprise there then.

    They even dress up the article with a huge photo of two very sorry looking Union Flags, one of which is torn under a bleak and dark looking stormy sky (courtesy of Reuters) in an attempt to reinforce the sad “Failing Nation” angle. (bet that took an underling some googling!)

    The very fact that the BBC tag them as “Nations” speaks volumes about the BBC’s position, intent and viewpoint.

    I expected the Queen of Scotland and King of Wales to try to muddy the waters but not with the blatant support of the BBC.

    They are the pits!

    The BBC just hate Brexit and relish any opportunity of sticking two fingers up to the majority of the population don’t they?


    • moggie63 says:

      I wish it was just Brexit but it has become clear that they hate anything British, but mostly it’s people.


    • MarkyMark says:

      ‘Sneering’: Charlie Stayt and Naga Munchetty slammed for making fun of Union Jack flag


    • StewGreen says:

      Accountants tweeted
      “The government has set out a plan to overhaul EU laws copied over after Brexit – a move it says will cut unnecessary “red tape” for businesses
      – it’s been criticised by the devolved nations

      SNP extremist MSPs like Joanna Cherry have tweeted the BBC story

      Yet the BBC headline is false “the nations” are not angry
      as they are composed of diverse opinions, they are not a monolith
      so the BBC is wrong to make out they are

      David C Bannerman tweets
      Rather typical negative headline from @BBCPolitics
      – where’s the list of benefits and new freedoms?

      Another tweeter
      “More lies with this headline. The nation is not angry.
      The nation has known about this for 2 years”

      Kate Nicholls @UKHospKate
      “Brexit is what has allowed a middle 12.5% rate of VAT to be introduced for hospitality – and it could allow it to be retained”


    • digg says:

      UPDATE, they have shrunk the article down to a small version and changed the headline, kept the scruffy Union Flags pic though…

      It now reads…

      Brexit: EU laws overhaul will boost growth, vows Boris Johnson

      Makes you wonder if they monitor this site and others?

      Also perhaps some lefty junior has been demoted to coffee monitor?


      • StewGreen says:

        Flags have gone now ..article seems long, Emily Thornberry still have the last line, comments are open
        BBC rewriting may have been down to you, but not me
        NewsSniffer logged it at 11:12am
        My comment is logged as 11:20am (though that might be the edit time)


        • StewGreen says:

          New para
          Speaking on Monday, Mr Johnson said it would allow the UK to shape better regulations in areas where it is “strong”
          – citing areas like cyber technology, artificial intelligence, and gene editing.
          “There are things that we can do differently in a way that will encourage business to invest even more,” he told reporters.
          “We won’t diverge for the sake of it, but we’re going to make sure this is the number one place to invest and do business because of freedoms that we have,” he added.


      • theisland says:

        Thank goodness Bill Cash is still Chair of the European Scrutiny Committee.
        Commenting on the new inquiry, Committee Chairman Sir William Cash said, “The transposing of swathes of EU law into UK law following Brexit was never meant to be a permanent solution. It is a stopgap that was ultimately intended to be replaced.

        Retained EU law is a unique concept. It creates a complex legal system, over part of which the European Court’s writ remains influential. We’ll examine the fitness of such laws in the UK post-Brexit.

        The matter is of great constitutional importance governing swathes of legislation passed over 40 years of membership with the EU. What happens next will determine who should be responsible for the interpretation of legislation in the UK, and how law is reshaped post-Brexit, issues our inquiry will take a great interest in.”


  38. Jeff says:

    BBC2 really spoiled us yesterday…

    At 6.45 they gave us Match of the Day, the Africa Cup of Nations football competition, where Senegal took on …some other African country…I mean, who the bloody Hell was watching this?

    Then we were entertained by; The Caribbean with Andi and Miquita, who were visiting Barbados as it prepares to become a republic and thus cut its ties to the UK. I’ve got to be honest, I gave it a miss…

    And after that enlightening little hour’s worth, they gave us Sidney Poitier’s Oscar winning film, In the Heat of the Night. Now, this is a cracking film…and we all know the story… but FFS give us a break from the endless black promoting propaganda.

    I’m an Englishman, living in (what’s left of) England.

    Or so I thought…


  39. Thatcherrevolutionary says:

    Come on then, Lefty Top Trumps.

    Mason Greenwood


    Battered and abused girlfriend?


  40. Fedup2 says:

    Come on – every one is a victim – you – we are at fault for giving coloured kids fame and money they cant handle as well as good time girls with a taste for fame and fortune ( aka WAGs) – or im i too serious over such froth ?


  41. Loobyloo says:

    Al Beeb value for money:

    Big Issue seller returns purse to Christmas shopper

    Drag Race UK-inspired loo roll dolls created by Shauna Richardson

    In other matters the MSM are gleeful that Joe Rogan (whose success they can’t hope to match) has ‘apologised’ and said that he’ll try to do better. I sometimes wonder if I’m in a bad dream…free speech eh? Don’t hear many people complaining about the misinformation of UFOs or conspiracy theories about 9/11 which are all over the internet. So it’s really only misinformation when it doesn’t fit the approved view of the global blob.
    Everyone ready for the massive increase in case numbers and its fallout? Just as case numbers were getting back to pre-omicron numbers. 🤔
    Rant over, for now anyway.


    • StewGreen says:

      Joe Rogan’s video is not really an apology
      “said that he’ll try to do better” ..Yes he does say that

      Neil Young has removed his music from Spotify ,Joni Mitchell too
      .. I’m *very sorry that they feel that way*. I most certainly don’t want that
      I’m a neil young fan (Joe worked at one concert as security)

      so I want to thank Spotify for being so supportive during this time
      and* i’m very sorry that this is happening to them*
      and that they’re taking so much heat from it
      I am going to do my best in the future to balance things out
      … so *if i pissed you off i’m sorry* and if you enjoy the podcast thank you very much
      Thank you all the supporters
      And and even thank you to the HATERS because it’s good to have some haters it makes you reassess what you’re doing


  42. dafydd says:

    SUE GRAY report handed into Downing Street..News Flash all over BBC outlets

    You can heard audible sounds of ecstasy among the BBC political correspondents..have we got our scalp..????


  43. Fedup2 says:

    Omg – the gray report has gone to number 10 – just as nut nut starts his tour of Eastern Europe AKA The Republic of Putin ….
    It is reported that he has gone on a Ryanair with a £19.99 single ticket …..cabin underseat bag only ….

    (Omg do I hate that omg thing)


    • andyjsnape says:

      Hi Fed
      Never seen the bBC move so quick… oww I forgot they are doing their best to overthrow the legally elected government!

      How many days (or weeks) will they go on about this. Other news outlets are available


  44. StewGreen says:

    Las Vegas : a speeding car killed 9 on the highway, including the driver.
    He ran at least one red light.


  45. StewGreen says:

    Mr WGAP on Michael Mosley’s Dail Mail editorial
    “BBC journalist Playing Doctor Gives Us More Hilarious Propaganda”

    Mosley claimed a non-vaxxed person is 60 times person is more likely to die
    ..seems doubtful Maybe it’s a case of 60 times nothing is nearly nothing.

    Michael Mosely claimed that since a 95 yo heart surgery patient caught Covid in hospital and died, “the cause is likely an UNVACCINATED patient”.
    Again flaky since most around him were NHS vaccinated workers he probably caught it from VACCINATED person.


  46. Fedup2 says:

    Ladies and Gentlemen – get the popcorn ready – nut nut to speak to the Commons 1530 – removal van already booked ?

    What time will it be leaked ? ….


    • JohnC says:

      The problem if Boris goes is that it sets a new precedent for what the MSM expect to be able to get away with and how much power the BBC think they wield. They will have removed a political enemy PM by sheer weight of negative reporting. The idea that Boris should resign because of these parties is simply ridiculous. They don’t even register on the scale of important issues facing the country.

      This is the follow on from where Trump was impeached 3 times and aquitted 3 times. The scandal should have been that the opposition used impeachment to try to remove a political enemy but the subject was entirely ignored.

      It’s a very, very dark day for our democracy if Boris is forced to resign over this.


      • StewGreen says:

        Yes I won’t be watching at 15:30pm I’m not into news soap opera stuff.


      • dafydd says:


        Spot on.

        BBC already interviewed and lining up Boris haters,,Grieve, Rayner, Davey etc etc etc…

        No matter whats in the report they want Boris gone..

        I hope to god he stays for the exact reasons you’ve outlined


      • Fedup2 says:

        I cannot see nut nut going unless his fingerprints are on an email where he asks for a ‘party ‘ – but it will be worth watching just to get the body language .

        I would recommend ‘parliament TV ‘ which won’t do cut aways to avoid unapproved narratives ….


      • Doublethinker says:

        Totally agree. Also we can anticipate that the UK will be steered back into closer orbit of the EU once Boris has been deposed.
        As you say the finger prints of how Trump was deposed are all over partygate. Boris was set up and got rid of because he was an obstacle to the Rejoiners, just as Trump was an obstacle to the globalists.
        Yet another example of how weak democracy has become in the 21 st century. It may already be clinically dead.


        • Yasser Dasmibehbi says:

          There is another similarity with the Trump downfall. Neither he nor Boris bothered to defend themselves against the media that was to prove so much a part of both their downfalls. Trump did not protect his small time supporters on the internet and Boris always rushed to defend the BBC.
          It is my belief that Boris should he somehow survive this hammering still won’t do anything serious about the BBC.


  47. StewGreen says:


    Simon Webb talks about lib conformism and people forced to keep their mouths shut “That’s not liberal”
    “our freedoms are slipping through our fingers”

    Today’s Medical Misinformation can become Tomorrow’s Fact
    “I can’t say more due to YouTube censorship”

    How British history is being erased by the rise of black history
    … Why won’t feminist promote Nightinggale anymore ?

    Blackbelt Barrister on TV licences and YouTube
    This is OK, but I don’t rate most of his stuff.
    Bottomline if you watch an Ofcom licenced channel “as live” even on +1 you need a licence
    .. with catchup except BBC you don’t

    – Ezra Levant The establishment NEEDS White Supremacists so much, that it creates them
    Has actually happened in Canada, the government paid a guy to setup a racist group and promote racism”
    .. so be aware of Agent Provocateurs trying to lead you into breaking laws.


  48. StewGreen says:

    Belfield : Heartbroken SIR CLIFF DESTROYED By BBC & NO-ONE Is Accountable
    Usual Bellfield hyperbole, talking about himself rather than the topic.

    However this 36 min update about his own cases is worth it
    Bottomline he signals he’s no grifter by saying he’s earning enough now , to fund the rest of his own cases which will bring the cost to about £1million
    (much of the first £300K was funded by donations)
    He mentions the troll who impersonated him who was jailed without the police even informing Bellfield
    He then goes on to say he doesn’t understand why the police are still trying to get his own November Crown court jury trial delayed and are refusing to hand over info they are obliged to
    I suspect actually there are other court cases coming up similar that first trolls and the police want them done first before releasing evidence.
    Belfield is sad that the taxpayer will end up paying all the lawyers as well as his compensation (which he will donate to charity)


  49. BRISSLES says:

    OMG its orgasm knicker wetting time for all the news channels, dissecting every word anyone has uttered, Rigby shouting questions and being dismissed (as she should be), commentators congregated outside no.10 – er, why ??? they’ll only see Boris get in a car to go to the Commons, well that was a waste of time then !

    Its back to Talking Pictures or Netflix then.


    • MarkyMark says:

      BBC interview featuring Nick Robinson telling Boris Johnson to ‘stop talking’ sparks 560 complaints
      The controversial radio broadcast where Boris Johnson was told to ‘stop talking’ by BBC host Nick Robinson sparked hundreds of complaints
      The corporation revealed yesterday it received 558 objections on the grounds of bias over Radio 4’s Today show last week
      MPs criticised the interview as ‘downright rude’ and ‘slapstick’ while Tory co-chairman Oliver Dowden said politicians ‘have the right to finish a sentence’
      The BBC also received 376 complaints of bias over TV politics host Andrew Marr’s earlier interview with the PM


  50. Fedup2 says:

    Must be time for the BBC helicopter to start burning carbon for no reason… bright day in londonistan ……