346 Responses to Start the week 28 March 2022

  1. MarkyMark says:

    “I came to congratulate a man who just got re-elected without opposition. I dream of that some day”

    While Biden may not have been Brexit’s biggest supporter, even he gets the laughable state of democracy in Brussels…

    ^^ order-order.com


  2. MarkyMark says:

    China controls the oil prices now …

    Global oil prices have fallen as China starts to implement a city-wide lockdown in Shanghai, an important financial and manufacturing hub.

    Brent crude lost more than $4.50 a barrel on concerns that the move would mean that demand for oil will fall.



    • StewGreen says:

      Sure oil fell a bit ..but only wiping out the gains for the last 8 days

      At $110 it’s still $12 higher than it was 11 days ago
      and higher than any day before March 1st


  3. Zephir says:

    I wonder how our millenial wokes and bames would get on over there:

    “First, no one is going to feel sorry for you if you work to hard in Australia. That is your problem and they don’t want to hear about it. Absolutely no one cares about what is happening in New York or London or Hong Kong or anywhere else. This is Australia mate. No one cares about your experience, what matters is what you do here, not what you did or you think you are still doing somewhere else”.

    “When it’s closing time, it’s closing time or a few minutes before. Get used to is, plan for it and don’t complain about it. There is no such thing as ‘help’ in Australia, we don’t like it, we don’t want it and we don’t have a bunch of people who come in to take care of us. We take care of ourselves, better get used to it and don’t talk about that either or you are definitely not going to make friends”.

    “Remember, the most important don’t in Australia, is don’t complain. Especially don’t complain about us, we get on with it, we make it work, we figure out the rules and we do it and when we are done we are out there. Out there at the beach, playing cricket, having a barbie, meeting people, definitely having a drink or 2 and yes we do the pick up / drop off and we meet people and we like it just fine”.


  4. micknotmike says:

    Here’s something which has genuinely got me puzzled. Labour mp Dawn Butler has been diagnosed with breast cancer. I’d like to pass on my best wishes, thoughts and prayers for a speedy recovery, as any decent soul would. One cancer which is, I believe, on the rise is the occurrence of breast cancer in men. Men have a little tissue in this area, and with the increase in obesity, along come more “man boobs”. I would have expected the bbc to at the very least mention this in the article, but not a word. It seems that their only obsessions are for miscellaneous freaks and perverts, but when a bit or genuine multi-gender news, albeit tragic for all affected, comes along, they seem to drop the ball. Maybe not enough woke/sjw point to be picked up? I can only conclude that the bbc wokers are more interested in how much they appear to care, than how much they actually do.


    • Fedup2 says:

      Having supported a close relative who had early stage breast cancer – at an advanced age – it came as a revelation thar chaps can get it – there is a certain genetic element to this – not just being a fatty ….
      The age range of breast cancer sufferers also surprised me – with a sort of u shaped graph with an increase over 60 …

      No comment on dawn butler …


    • StewGreen says:

      BBC does raise awareness of male breast cancer
      There are 56,000 female breast cancers in the UK each year
      “but there are 350-400 cases of male breast cancer in the UK each year.”
      That’s 140 times less


  5. andyjsnape says:

    The out of touch bBC has promoted…
    Laura Kuenssberg to replace Andrew Marr full-time



  6. Eddy Booth says:

    News today not covered by BBC…
    Putin orders gas rouble payment to start by March 31.
    G7 rejects Putin’s demand for rouble payment for Russian gas – Germany.
    Whose going to crack?


  7. Zephir says:

    Why ?

    Mother, 35, who used her £80,000 Range Rover to ‘nudge’ road-blocking Insulate Britain protester while she was on school run admits dangerous driving as charge of assault is dropped

    Sherrilyn Speid, 35, from Grays, Essex, was filmed driving at eco activists
    Today, she admitted a charge of dangerous driving after ‘nudging’ a protester
    The scene was caught on camera by a passer-by and footage was shown in court



    • Fedup2 says:

      On the upside – being disqualified means a cheap Range Rover for sale …


    • StewGreen says:

      “banned from driving with the magistrate issuing her with an interim driving disqualification.
      She will be sentenced in May”

      When I look people who admitted to dangerous driving don’t seem to get convicted unless they have done something serious and even then many sentences seem to be suspended.

      Meanwhile on YouTube PAP reports Sussex courts fined two anti-lock down protesters “£1,800” for dressing in fancy dress police uniforms at protests with labels that said Peace Officers.
      The law does say it is illegal to impersonate an officer with intent to deceive
      so it does look like the magistrate judged wrongly.

      Trolling the police by parodying them at demos is close to the line
      but it doesn’t look like anyone was genuinely deceived
      Rather it looks like revenge arrests.


  8. StewGreen says:

    The photo on the right is the cover of the Annual Review sent to each member.
    The left photo is from page 16. It is a whole page photo from a double page spread about them as newlyweds
    All the top directors white men and staff featured are all white
    The brochure then has about 22 smaller photos of the public
    they are bout 70% non-white.


    • MarkyMark says:

      According to racial equality activist Richard Lapchick, the NBA in 2020 was composed of 74.2 percent black players, 16.9 percent white players, 2.2 percent Latino players of any race, and 0.4 percent Asian players. There were 6.3 percent of the players classified as “other” races.


  9. vlad says:

    The absurd and violent Will Smith rambles on about being called on to love people and protect people and “be a river to mah peopuhl”, minutes after smacking the crap out of one of “his peopuhl”.
    (Of course he gets a standing ovation by his obsequious fellow-luvvies.) (puke)

    For goodness sake, let’s get a few things straight: most actors are a bit deranged to start with. Then fame, obscene amounts of money, adulation, sex, drugs, booze and whatever other vices they indulge in (there are persistent rumours of Hollywood being rife with paedophilia) send them right over the edge.

    Their fragile egos explode, they start believing their own hype and begin to moralise and lecture us, the little people, almost always about woke, leftie issues.

    Time to stop watching the moronic effluent that flows out of Hollywood; time to stop paying actors obscene amounts of money; time to scrap all awards ceremonies with their asinine speeches.

    Hey luvvies, go do something useful like cleaning toilets and sweeping roads.

    Brilliant 2-minute montage:


    • MarkyMark says:

      For many Nigerian children who have never been abroad, few stories about the West are as fascinating as the fact that electricity can stay on from dusk till dawn seven days a week.

      “Ehhhh?!” I’ve often heard children exclaim in amazement when presented with this detail.

      No sudden power outages just when mummy is about to iron the blouse she will wear to work, or just when Kelechi Iheanacho is about to take a penalty in a Super Eagles’ World Cup qualifying match.

      Not even stories of snow, or underground trains, or double-decker buses, can compare with the wonder of constant power – a basic feature of modern living that has eluded our beloved country for decades.

      Nigeria has been going through what is probably the most trying power outage the country has experienced since I was a child.

      Some of my fondest memories of childhood in the 1980s are of sitting with my family in our home in the south-eastern town of Umuahia at night, the entire living room dark except for the glow of a kerosene lamp on the wooden centre table.



    • harry142857 says:

      2022 summed up: Seeing a black man violently assault another black man on live television, then logging on to Twitter to see why it’s all white men’s fault.


    • BRISSLES says:

      Given a choice Denzel knocks this tw…t out of the park ! I’ve never rated him.


  10. digg says:

    I had an email today from some organisation.

    There was one sentence that stood out.

    “Eagle eggs now have more legal protection in most Western countries than unborn human foetus’s”

    Now that brings everything into sharp focus….


  11. Thoughtful says:

    Read the comments because they are also of masssive value. Can’t be long before the looters hit the supermarkets and courts can’t prosecute the starving for stealing food to eat.

    China has foward bought much of the worlds wheat harvest – makes you wonder if they knew in advance, and prices of basic foodstuffs such as cooking oil and rice have almost doubled in price.

    The rice harvest will be affected this year because the export bans on fertilisers extends to all countries. It is not really conceivable that countries such as Pakistan or India will allow food to exported at the cost of their own population starving to death, and Britain is a food importing country. That situation has been made worse by fantasy land politicians importing tens / hundreds of thousands of non productive migrants into the country every year.

    Come the Autumn when the previous harvests have been sold and the warehouses are expecting new stock there isn’t going to be anything to put in them.

    Oh and there’s a potential coming diesel shortage as well just to make people even more happy !


    • taffman says:

      How are we going to feed all those ‘Illegals’ landing on our beaches?
      Perhaps the our Tory Consocalist government have contingency plans ?


    • vlad says:

      Expect rioting and looting. Starting with Will Smith’s pals.


  12. NCBBC says:

    RT still blocked apparently. We are subject to censor just as Russians are.


    • StewGreen says:

      @NCBBC. so I go to the RT website
      and see that RT is NOT blocked
      The live feed is working on the Rumble Button, The Odysee Button and RT’s own player

      What happened when you checked ?


  13. Sam S says:

    Wow, the radio 3 presenter just described Mozart’s opera Don Giovanni as “problematic for some.” How tedious these people are.

    “Problematic” is one of these knowingly woke words; it’s a signal to like-minded lefties that the person saying it is also a boring social justice activist type.

    And the story is not problematic. Even a woke puritan can see that: Don Giovanni treats many women badly and at the end sinks into hell for his immorality.


  14. Thoughtful says:

    Once-Admired Biden Rebuked by BBC for ‘Dangerous’ Russian Regime Change Gaffe


    If even the BBC are recognising Biden is a dead duck then will their so called excuses of comedians now start taking the p*ss ?

    I can remember the BBC taking the p*ss out of every Republican President since Reagan, never ever out of the Democrat ones.


  15. taffman says:

    Headline on Al Beeb US news website – POUS Biden ?
    No, it’s about one luvvie ‘slapping’ another luvvie.
    That’s what you telly tax payers are funding.


    • MarkyMark says:

      Millionaire goes to meet millionaires to get angry at millionaire who can what he wants in front of fellow millionaires.


  16. taffman says:

    “Energy strategy delayed amid Treasury concerns over costs”
    It looks like the BoJo Green Bubble is about to burst .


  17. Eddy Booth says:

    ‘Negotiations to end the war in Ukraine must not end up “selling Ukraine out”, UK Foreign Secretary Liz Truss has said.

    Sanctions placed on Ukraine by the G7 should not be removed “as long as Putin continues with his war and he still has troops in Ukraine”, she said.’

    So the G7 has sanctioned Ukraine ? What for almost starting ww3…

    Article “Edited by Chris Giles” 🤡


  18. Thoughtful says:

    Equality before the law is a basic cornerstone of any civilised country this was known to the ancient Greeks 2500 year ago Plato and Aristotle both recognised it:

    “When two persons have equal status in at least one normatively relevant respect, they must be treated equally with regard in this respect. This is the generally accepted formal equality principle that Aristotle articulated in reference to Plato: “treat like cases as like” (Aristotle, Nicomachean Ethics, V.3. 1131a10–b15; Politics, III.9.1280 a8–15, III. 12. 1282b18–23).”

    In the UK however we no longer have equality before the law, and our courts have become biased in favour of the Left – massively in their favour, as this case proves.

    “Jeremy Corbyn ‘fanatic’ is spared jail for bombarding Oscar-nominated screenwriter with anti-Semitic abuse – 16 months after he walked free for calling Labour MP Margaret Hodge a ‘racist Zionist'”

    If this man had been a BNP member and had done this there would have been no suspended sentence and certainly not for a second offence, however we do have other actual cases where someone perceived to be on the right have abused politicians on the Left and the sentencing has been extremely harsh.

    “The Campaign Against Antisemitism has branded the suspended sentence ‘absurdly lenient’ and referred the case to the Attorney General under the Unduly Lenient Sentence scheme in the hope it will be increased on appeal”

    “Speaking after the sentencing on Friday, Mr Kern said: ‘I have noted the immediacy with which custodial sentences have been handed out for first time offenders who have engaged in other forms of racism.

    ‘Yet here we have a repeat offender who has embarked upon an unparalleled campaign of hatred against Jews and has been spared prison again and again.”

    A man who abused Angela Rayner in far more mild terms, and pleaded guilty at the first opportunity was of previous good character received a sentence of 15 weeks in prison, suspended for 18 months, made the subject of a two-year restraining order not to contact Rayner directly or indirectly, not to talk about her on social media and not to go to her office, and The defendant was also ordered to complete 100 hours of unpaid work and 35 days of a rehabilitation activity. He was made to pay £85 costs and a £128 victim surcharge.

    And all that was over a single solitary E-mail, not a string of them as the hard leftie sent.

    Our courts are now as biased as the BBC, and like the BBC they won’t accept what they are which is extremely dangerous.


    • MarkyMark says:

      2021 BBC

      “In our Sharia it’s clear, for those who have sex and are unmarried, whether it’s a girl or a boy, the punishment is 100 lashes in public,” Badruddin said. “But for anyone who’s married, they have to be stoned to death… For those who steal: if it’s proved, then his hand should be cut off.”

      2018 UK GOV

      Independent report
      Applying sharia law in England and Wales: independent review
      Independent review by Professor Mona Siddiqui and a review panel of experts into the application of sharia law in England and Wales by sharia councils.


    • popeye says:

      And was there not fury over the decision to release “Miss Hitler”, a far-right activist, 19 months into a 3-year sentence? How does that compare with a rapist released 8 years into a 20-year sentence? Colour perhaps?


  19. Guest Who says:

    Be interesting if she gets bladdered and grabs young male assistants’ tushies…. due to ‘stress’.


    • MarkyMark says:

      NHS is struggling with too many diversity managers on £80K.

      Laura Kuenssberg’s salary was reported as £290,000 in 2020, according to the annual BBC report into the highest earners.

      This was a £40,000 pay increase from the previous year.


      • Thoughtful says:

        Wow, if the BBC wasn’t paying Kuenssberg that much the NHS could employ another 3.5 diversity managers !


    • Guest Who says:

      Worth staying up to see if it gets two likes?


  20. Zephir says:

    She’s not white by the way, so its Trump’s fault. you couldn’t make it up, they wouldn’t believe you:

    CNN analyst blames Trump for aftermath of Will Smith-Chris Rock Oscars incident
    CNN pundit asked, ‘are we getting an independent psychological case study on how Trump got normalized?’

    Rangappa, who is one of the network’s more outspoken liberals on social media, was mocked last year for comparing a Southwest pilot who objected to President Biden to an ISIS sympathizer.



  21. Zephir says:

    Says a lot about the so called victims of oppression:

    Will Smith’s son reacts to Chris Rock slap over Jada Pinkett Smith: ‘And That’s How We Do It’
    Jaden Smith shared support for his dad following the Academy Awards



  22. Zephir says:

    ABC, CBS, NBC ignore Hunter Biden scandals, haven’t mentioned his name in 259 days, study says
    ‘Twelve days after the Times confirmed that Hunter Biden’s laptop is real, ABC, CBS and NBC are still silent,’ Scott Whitlock wrote


  23. Fedup2 says:

    As the outgoing useless police commissioner heads for the door early next month the guardian leaks that fixed penalty notices are being doshed out to number 10 party people .
    Useful as the war threatens to spread …


    • MarkyMark says:

      Met Police Chief Cressida Dick wore £5,000 Savile Row uniform to State dinner with Donald Trump that was paid for by taxpayers
      Cressida Dick was at the Trump state banquet at Buckingham Palace last month
      She wore tailored royal blue mess jacket and cummerbund by Gieves & Hawkes
      Bespoke jacket made for her for £3,700 after made Commissioner in April 2017
      Worn with a £692 cummerbund, and epaulettes and braiding worth about £500

      PUBLISHED: 01:30, 14 July 2019 | UPDATED: 01:32, 14 July 2019


  24. MarkyMark says:

    Panorama, Wild Weather
    BBC One, 3 November 2021

    We reported that ‘the world is getting warmer and our weather is getting more unpredictable and dangerous,’ and that ‘the death toll is rising around the world and the forecast is that worse is to come.’

    This was a reference to the cumulative death toll from weather-related events, not the annualised rate. In retrospect it would have been better to have said ‘the overall death toll is rising around the world and the forecast of extreme weather events is that worse is to come.’



    • StewGreen says:

      “the cumulative death toll from weather-related events, not the annualised rate.”

      FFS how slippery ,
      “the cumulative death toll ” will ALWAYS rise cos people don’t un-die

      The annualised rate is probably falling cos of better health tech etc.


  25. MarkyMark says:

    BBC News
    Online, 26 March 2022

    We have amended an article on the BBC News online site in Bristol about endometriosis to make it clearer to the audience how the condition affects women. The article was updated to remove an inaccuracy where we described symptoms as causes. Also, specifically, the word ‘people’ was replaced with the word ‘women’, and we removed the phrase “who are assigned female at birth”.




  26. digg says:

    So the odious democrats in the USA realising that they have an unelectable buffoon in the White House surrounded by total idiots are panicking about the next election which must be a walkover for Trump. They are now trying every trick in the book to get Trump indicted with their sleazy lawyers to get Trump charged with trumped up (if you pardon the expression) charges just so he can’t run.

    They are shitting bricks!

    I don’t think it will wash, the US public are sick of Biden’s gaffes and buffoonery and even for Americans are realising they have been sold a Turkey.

    Trump should walk it in the next election and I hope he clears all the filthy scum out of the picture, the US deserves it to become a cleaner and better country.


  27. Sluff says:

    Will Smith update.
    When Chris Rock tells the weak joke about Will Smith’s wife and GI Jane 2, the cameras show Smith laughing at the joke!!!!

    His wife however is scowling.
    So then, off camera, what happened?
    A little chat between the married couple?
    Was Smith therefore riding to orders?

    Observations available to all us GI Joes but clearly not mentioned by the BBC, MSM, and Hollywoodland. Did they not notice, or would it be too inconvenient and embarrassing if they did?


    • BRISSLES says:

      GBN mentioned many times that Smith was laughing – as was plain to see – at the joke, so something clearly happened. Imagine that happening in a supermarket or in a car park, there would be an assault charge straight away – and this happened in sue for everything America !!!!

      Should get Meghan on the case – she’d have a Writ in Smith’s hands as soon as !


      • Scroblene says:

        The language was not pleasant either, Brissles.

        There would have been lots of kids watching, and this sort of public behaviour just isn’t acceptable!

        I can’t stand people who ‘F’ this and ‘F’ that in public.


  28. StewGreen says:

    Twitter pushes this at me
    “British Education Secretary says that children should be taught about the benefits of the British Empire, rather than focussing just on the criticisms”

    As I went to click, the Twitter frame refreshed itself and pushed some Will Smith crap at me


  29. Sluff says:

    Did I hear that right?
    Laura Kuennsberg is stepping down as BBC Political Editor in May, in order to take over the Andrew Marr Show in September?

    That’s 3 -4 months holiday, paid, presumably. And with plenty of opportunity for conference appearances and after dinner speaking engagements.

    Nice ‘work’ if you can get it.
    And in the parallel universe that is the licence fee funded BBC, clearly you can.


  30. StewGreen says:

    How’s Boris’s Saudi Arabia of wind been doing today ?
    See 6:30pm charts
    Pay attention to the dials for Gas*, Wind Coal

    * CCGT = gas power station



  31. Thatcherrevolutionary says:

    Black Wives Matter


  32. Zephir says:

    Why are certain types in theis countrty banging on and on about taking in Ukranians and the others when we are so far away from the point of conflict ?

    Why are they blind to the simple fact that the only reason middle easterns and africans are coming here is to get housing and benefits ?

    I am noticing more and more that even formerly quiet towns and villages are becoming gridlocked with traffic, I cannot get a doctors appointment or see a dentist easily. I remember when driving after 9 AM was easy, now all day traffic. As for the M25…

    We are one of the most densely populated countries in Europe yet the wokes don’t care. They just keep shouting to take more and more and more. The stupidity of this, on so many levels, is astounding .

    It is as if they have a death wish, so many of those arriving do NOT CARE about this country, its religion, culture or its inhabitants, many sexually assault our women and children and will take anything and everything they can from us without a second thought.

    In London a while ago the amount of mainly middle eastern types brazenly eyeing my wife in the most obvious and inappropriate ways on the tube and elsewhere was extremely disconcerting. I no longer want her to travel alone on a train. Even one on a quiet street outide the Natural History Museum, to the point I had to stop and stare him back. It was that bad, she felt extremely threatened.

    They form ghettos where they apply their own culture and demand their own mosques and laws and sod our culture or religion. They protest on our streets attacking our culture, education system, laws and all else while brandishing a UK passport and hating the UK.


  33. Guest Who says:

    That is one bizarre bubble.


    • Zephir says:

      BBC defends violence, if you’re black and offended by what anyone says, and yet defends their own staff’s right to say what they like, and not be challenged in ANY way by white people :

      “Newsnight’s political editor Nicholas Watt was sworn at, chased and physically intimidated during a demonstration near Downing Street on Monday.

      Wearing a BBC lanyard, Mr Watt was forced to run through the mob beyond a line of police officers as people shouted ‘traitor’ and other foul-mouthed slurs at him.

      The incident has provoked a chorus of criticism and expressions of solidarity with Mr Watt”


  34. vlad says:

    Black privilege.



    • Up2snuff says:

      Acting, vlad? Rock is expecting it. Maybe some acting coaches will comment on the BBC? No? I thought not.


  35. Zephir says:

    Where is the usual litany of artistic freedom claims and “It’s my job to be edgey” whines from our “comedians” ?

    Where is the “chorus of criticism and expressions of solidarity” (see above post) we had when a journalist was chased and NOT ASSAULTED by those offended by what he said ?

    Can we smack Nish in the mouth if he demands we kill our Brexit parents now with the support of the racist bbc ? or does it depend on whether you is black, innit ?

    Can’t wait to see him on the streets……


  36. Zephir says:

    A classic case of too little too late, way too late so it is worthless, as he waited to see how it would affect his career:

    Will Smith apologizes to Chris Rock for Oscars’ slapping incident: ‘I was wrong’



  37. andyjsnape says:

    Climate change: Heatwave temperature threshold raised in England by Met Office

    Climate change hey

    I remember ’76, very hot summer – that was climate change! Not this cr*p they keep “reporting” on now


  38. Zephir says:

    By the way, is there any person that thinks ANYONE can hit a person in any workplace in the UK or USA in response to a tasteless joke and remain on the premises a moment longer ? let alone win an award later

    And caught on camera and broadcast to the world

    1 Gross misconduct for violence and foul language

    2 Bringing the company into disrepute

    Where’s the bbc phone in on that one ?
    Oh no, it’s about alopecia, bloody racist apologists.


    • vlad says:

      Black + celebrity = get out of jail free card.


      • Guest Who says:

        Jussie moment.

        Wait until all the Water Buffalo on The View decide he saw a noose.


    • StewGreen says:

      Zephir , it seems to work that way if you work in the police 🙁


    • Zelazek says:

      Hollywood now looks like it’s one of those scary, crime-ridden black neighbourhoods in L.A. that are best avoided.


  39. Foscari says:

    Many next year at the Academy awards. Some celebrity
    will rush up on to the stage and stab a compere . Everybody
    will cheer and he, she or it will get a special academy award.
    And we will then see the ,he she or it on the ” One Show” or
    even present the One Show on the BBC.


    • tomo says:

      Ricky Gervais done in on prime time…

      They’d all be hooting and whistling!


  40. Guest Who says:

    Interesting bio for a specialist.


  41. Guest Who says:

    Son of Stuart Hughes campaigning away.


  42. StewGreen says:

    WGAP about Dawn Butler’s BBC appearance
    .. https://rumble.com/vyu55r-the-bbc-sinks-to-new-lows-with-this-one.html


  43. Guest Who says:

    BBC thinking day…


  44. Guest Who says:

    BBC same old day.


    • MarkyMark says:

      Girl helped crunch some numbers in BBC becomes ….

      Battle of Britain: The schoolgirl who helped design the Spitfire
      Meet the young mathematician who helped design the Spitfire, the iconic aircraft that took part in the Battle of Britain, which started 80 years ago today.

      Hazel Hill helped her father do the calculations that meant Spitfires could be built with eight guns instead of four. Many believe this made a big difference to the outcome of the Battle of Britain.

      ‘The Schoolgirl who Helped Win a War’ will be broadcast on the BBC News Channel at 13.30, 17.30 and 20.30 on Saturday and 10.30 and 16.30 on Sunday. It will also be available on BBC iPlayer.

      Edited Katy Hastings and Paul Riseley

      Published10 July 2020SectionBBC NewsSubsectionUK


    • MarkyMark says:

      We (BBC) regret that we are not able to offer a response at present, as your complaint does not currently meet the requirements of our framework. It may help you to read the BBC Complaints Framework on our website , which explains on pages 11-13 the terms of our service.


      BBC is causing mental anguish 

      Dear Winston Smith at the BBC Complaints Department twinned with the Ministry of Truth as authored by your previous employee Eric Blair,

      If the BBC is causing mental anguish by producing News that contradicts reality then should it extinguish itself or at least give people the choice of paying the BBC rather than forcing them to pay a BBC TV TAX under Government protection and threat of prosecution (est. 180,000 in 2017)?

      Maybe you can do a BBC programme on it?

      Mr. H

      CAS-4987700-SY1FTF : BBC NewsWatch says boredom with pro-Brexit march.

      CAS-4963895-3HKGDN: Tommy Robinson: Are you reporting on him?.

      CAS-4844672-N8FDYY: Update on the MP Expenses 2009 scandal in 2018.

      CAS-4939547-J71Z1V: Here’s hoping Ireland do the right thing G.Lineker.

      CAS-4937378-YKMWBJ: BBC not reporting ‘Day of Freedom’ March 06may2018.

      CAS-4906141-BFJQL0: I take offence that presenters promote their books.

      CAS-4892811-C820SC: I am offended that I have to pay the BBC TV Tax.

      CAS-4824332-633N1P: What happened in Italy was not covered …

      CAS-4933135-ZV3V7F: The omission is the most powerful form of lie … 


      Thank you again for contacting us,

      BBC Complaints Team



  45. Guest Who says:

    BBC launches The Likely News


    • Thoughtful says:

      The BBC in its Fascist pomp makes the usual failure of logic through hate, that all women throughout history have been oppressed by White men, yet fails to account for how women such as Ada Lovelace have become so prominent in the history of mathematics.


  46. Zephir says:

    Regarding the post above:

    BBc : “Oscars: What Will Smith’s slap says about him – and us”

    Time for another (pointless) compaint to the bbc for clearly telling the children and others that violence will be excused and condoned by the bbc for black men. It tells the world that the bbc are racist apologists for black violence. That violence is acceptable in the workplace and elsewhere.

    I await with anticipation, the mea culpa from the bbc and the airborn pig.

    BTW they demand your phone number and address now when complaining, I suppose in the hope that you will be put off proceeding.


  47. Guest Who says:

    BBC EdGuds please note.


  48. Thoughtful says:

    2012 headlines: “End white supremacy: we need more black faces at Hollywood awards”
    2022 headlines: “Black-on-black violence at Oscars


  49. Guest Who says:

    I predict great things for this Laura, two.


    • MarkyMark says:

      Laura Foster (She/Her)
      Health, Science and Environment Correspondent & VJ for
      Previously Senior Reporter
      Instagram: laurafosterbbc 🎥 🎙📱🔬🐼 🌲🔭 🐠
      JournalistUnited Kingdomlinktr.ee/laurafosterbbcJoined June 2010


  50. AsISeeIt says:

    Cheesy edition

    One suspects our NHS can’t be too overwhelmed these days, considering they apparenly have the inclination and time for this pointless pursuit: ‘NHS trusts ask male patients if they are pregnant‘ (Telegraph)

    I wonder if – post-covid – doctors may oncemore revert to asking men to cough?

    And having so recently been persuaded of the efficacy and dire need for the mass rollout of the covid vax, one now reads this report: ‘Drugs do not work for up to 70pc of patients… medical boses have warned as they call for routine rollout of gene tests before treatment‘ (Telegraph)

    Not that the more coronaphobic elements of our media are quite yet prepared to let the sleeping dogs… or the dead horse (pick your canine or equine proverb) lie: ‘Self-isolate if you have a cough… but no tests to check if it’s Covid. Government’s new policy revealed‘ – frets the ‘i’ newspaper.

    Keeping that pair of animal-related proverbs in mind – it wouldn’t be an FT true-blue and gold-star-spangled frontpage, if there weren’t some regretful reference to Brexit: ‘Chancellor Rishi Sunak, who supported leaving the EU, has admitted that the UK’s dismal recent trade performance compared with other G7 countries “might well be” because of Brexit

    One begins to wonder whether true-blue conservative-minded voters were delivered yet another pig in a poke with our Rishi: ‘I never said I was a tax cutter, insists Sunak‘ – the Telegraph highlights another admission made by our millionaire Tory finance minister: ‘Mr Sunak admitted… that he has presided over a rise in taxes to fund a bigger state

    One likes to jokingly refer to the “formerly patrioticTimes hereabouts and notes the Daily Express, patriotic by proxy, flies the Ukrainian blue and yellow at its masthead: ‘United with the people of Ukraine‘ is the motto.

    Habitually however, our press is none too keen on Britain: ‘The “natives” are no longer grateful. About time‘ – opines Yasmin Alibhai-Brown on the issue of the recent Royal tour in the ‘i’.

    The globalist FT seems to have a down on English as a language – perhaps the pro-Brussels paper fears it acts as an unworthy global lingua franca? Today’s FT Datawatch feature complains: ‘English may be dominent among internet users, but English content is still dramatically over-represented online

    The Daily Mail promises: ‘Drug therapy that could beat misery of hay fever for ever‘ – yet in the same breath, or sniffle, warns: ‘Can you really trust the label on costly CBD remedies?‘ – which puts us back on the health topic with which we came into this press review. And furthermore should warn us there’s no joy in an obsession with our health… or hypocondria as we used to call it.

    And finally, yesterday the Daily Star warned us Nessie might be considered racist – which is really just a sign of the times. One Twitter user commented: “pretty soon pple will be calling the Loch Ness monster a racist or a homophobe. It’s so trendy these days” – now today, while the left-leaning ‘i’ flies the rainbow flag with pride as it explores: ‘Inside Britain’s first LGBT retirement community‘, the irreverent tabloid Star examines, if not the orientation of cheese – either retired, or still on the job – then at least the notion that even our traditional cheeses ought these days to display a liberal outlook: ‘Sexist Stilton


    • MarkyMark says:

      Only Heterosexual in the village?

      ‘Inside Britain’s first LGBT retirement community‘,