556 Responses to Midweek 23 November 2022

  1. JohnC says:

    Just checking the London Violence BBC page and see that within the last 2 days, 4 murders are reported.

    Notting Hill murder suspect:

    Kusai Al-Jundi, 24, from Harrow and Mohammed El-Abboud, 28 accused of murdering Louise Kam

    Lemar Rashawan in Brixton and an innocent Deliveroo driver as part of gang violence:

    And which one makes it to the front page ?.
    None of them.

    But the headline page for the entire world DOES have the story:

    ‘India gripped by gruesome ‘fridge murder”

    Which appears to be a BBC favourtie ‘men abusing women’ agenda item.

    It’s true beyond doubt : lives don’t matter at all to the left unless they can used for the agenda.


  2. JohnC says:

    Iran football manager Queiroz confronts BBC’s Shaimaa Khalil

    ‘The correspondent had asked footballer Mehdi Taremi for his views on the protests in Iran.

    Afterwards, Mr Queiroz asked if it was fair for the player to have been asked a political question’

    The BBC think they are the worlds morality police now. Dirty tricks like this are why so much of the rest of the world hate the BBC. That player (who is probably not very bright) would have been damned whatever answer he gave. Either by his boss or the BBC.

    But I blame OFCOM for giving the BBC so much slack, they feel confident to do things like this. They are an absolute disgrace.


  3. Fedup2 says:

    The most serious aspect of this is that with Iran – if one of its’ footballers says the wrong thing ‘off the cuff ‘ then it can mean – at worse – a death sentence . Now the BBC might not care because it gives them a headline – but it’s a big price to pay ….

    Time to ‘bang up ‘ another BBC spy in Iran again …..


  4. taffman says:

    After 12 years of Tory government we have been turned into a third world country. Funny how thr BBC has not raised this?
    Any Tory MPs left in this government?
    The silly government are more concerned with carbon net zero when adding to the population makes it worse !
    The rest of the word doesn’t give a toss.


    • andyjsnape says:

      Hello Taffman

      China and India care alot – as long as it doesn’t affect their outdated manufacturing.

      In the west we need to do more, to compensate the far bigger issues the above 2 create


  5. Zephir says:

    Would never have happened if the blokes in sheepskin coats with an encyclopaedic knowledge of the game were still allowed to work.

    But give the job to an Egyptian muzzi and see what you get

    also doing some shit stirring in Egypt…

    “The BBC journalist Shaimaa Khalil has been released after being detained while reporting in Tahrir Square in the Egyptian capital, Cairo. ”

    “Khalil grew up in an Egyptian military household.” hmmm pretty liberal then.


  6. Fedup2 says:

    Taffman. You’ve won . You constantly campaign for ‘Reform ‘ or UKIP and I’ve argued against it in order to avoid a split ‘right ‘ vote .
    But now there is no ‘right ‘ vote – so I will save their deposit if I get the chance . But I wish there was a more credible – better – party of the Right . There isn’t now – unless Farage get going ….


  7. Fedup2 says:

    Today running order

    Banning making saucy images

    Plod failing wimmin on stalking

    The angel nurses after even more money for failing ( they’ll get more cash from you )

    The case for requiring a legal minimum level of ‘cover ‘Is getting stronger …..

    Not BBC .
    I wanted to to go from London to moanchester by train – £130 single . To fly there from stansted is £26 – 6 hours – via Dublin …Ryanair

    Rail from London to stansted £20
    ….. Nuff said


  8. Zephir says:

    UK muzzies co ordinated complaint campaign again. No doubt their “council of Bri hain innit bruv” behind the scenes (they run courses in how to complain to the media ):

    “BBC gets 1,500 complaints its opening of World Cup coverage that included Gary Lineker calling it the ‘most controversial’ tournament ever was too harsh on Qatar

    The BBC received complaints it was ‘inappropriate or overly critical’ of Qatar
    Sunday’s broadcast of opening match included a monologue from Gary Lineker 
    He raised corruption, treatment of migrant workers and illegal homosexuality
    Revealing it had received 1,435 complaints, the BBC said some ‘took issue’



  9. Zephir says:

    As opposed to “death by dangerous driving”….

    “Cyclist, 59, is fined £2,500 for riding into path of motorbike to cause crash that killed the 23-year-old biker

    Garry Kopanycia-Reynolds was cycling in Poole when the incident happened
    The 59-year-old collided with biker Callum Clements on December 21, 2021
    He had pulled into a road at a junction without checking it was clear of traffic”



    • Fedup2 says:

      Reassuring – as a motorcyclists that is a non paying unlicensed cycle rider kills md dangerously he ‘/ she ‘ they will only have to stump up £2500 whereas a driver will probably do time ….
      As a motorcyclist I fear cycles and Ubers more than cars now … they seem to have a death wish …


  10. andyjsnape says:

    Sharing pornographic deepfakes to be illegal in England and Wales

    “Deepfakes” – never heard of such a word, bbc does come up with these buzz words

    UK to send 24 ambulances to Ukraine, says foreign secretary during visit

    The government of the day, does seem to like Ukraine, maybe they will eventually like us Brits

    PS what you doing about the invaders, other than ferrying them here


  11. Guest Who says:

    BBC News

    Emma Corrin, who identifies as non-binary, says the best actor and actress categories should be merged into a single gender-free one.

    And her… his… xe’s PR agency scores an easy one via BBC Deep Fake.


    • Ian Rushlow says:

      Rather bizarrely, the BBC refers to this person as ‘they’ and ‘them’, as though there are more than one. If something is neither masculine or feminine, then it is neutral and should be referred to as ‘it’. This is simply the grammar of the English language and does not carry any sort of value judgement. Or perhaps the problem arises as the BBC is employing too many people who are not native speakers of the language.


  12. Guest Who says:

    There’s a bloke called Dan Sodergren (he/him) on LinkedIn, who for some reason appeals to the BBC.


    A bit of self promotion (Ht Isobelle Panton) so… Here’s me on BBC Radio. As asked for my take on the #ElonMusk and #trump stuff on #twitter.

    It’s really is odd… ISN’T IT?

    The link to the #video clip of the #interview is below.

    But what else should I have said…

    Could I have said?

    Would love your thoughts…

    Comment on the post when you have time today…

    It’s safe to do so as not on twitter. We are on #linkedin. Lol.

    And I think I say tremendously a few too many times in the interview. But… Do #comment


    Got three. In three days.

    Speaking for the nation.


  13. andyjsnape says:

    Stalking super-complaint launched against police

    “super” ? shows its most important than just a complaint, who knows


  14. Fedup2 says:

    One of the girls ‘interviews’ the head of the nurses ‘ union – who has a strong Northern Irish accent . As an Englishman whenever I hear such an accent blaming the government – making demands – I think IRA .

    The lady’s aggressive attitude to the bbc girl doesn’t paint a nice picture of the nursing wing of the medical mafia .

    Apparently they are striking a couple of days in December – but not on days when they get double or triple time of presents from gullible donors ….


  15. andyjsnape says:


    The Worlds most trusted, so they say


    • Guest Who says:

      Does suggest a fact check, erring on Trading Standards claim, next time BBC Press runs a paid ad featuring Jez in a ditch overlooked by a bemused babushka doing her daily shop.


  16. Jeff says:

    I’m guessing that most of us at Biased BBC will have been pretty horrified, but not overly surprised, by our recent immigration figures…

    Just to re-cap, for my own benefit…what we’ve heard is that over one million came to Blighty legally in one calendar year…and about half that number left. We get something close to 300,000 “students” coming over…and they’re now allowed to bring their families with them…Well why not? The more the merrier.

    We have had, so far, a further 42,000 dinghy dodging illegals…that we know about…and God only knows how many that we don’t know about…

    While all this mayhem continues unabated, we’ve got our own indigenous homeless problem. Many of these people are army veterans, sleeping in shop doorways and park benches. While they’re shivering in doorways, wrapped up in discarded newspapers to keep the November chill at bay, across the road at the “Alhambra Hotel” Mustafa Fagg and his merry men are tucking into a four course, halal-based meal, with all the trimmings, watching a bit of telly and then snuggling down in a nice warm bed.

    Just remind me why you’re still voting “Conservative”…


    • Fedup2 says:

      Jeff – I think CCHQ will assume that the coming polls showing only 10% of those voting will consider voting blue labour – are just wrong ….
      They certainly lost me . I want to be properly represented by a Britain / Fedup First Party …. But it won’t happen ….


      • atlas_shrugged says:

        I wonder if folks would be interested in registering for a ‘rotten borough’. It is legal to be on multiple electoral registers (but only vote in one). Once the roll got up to 50,000 voters then it could have candidates.

        The candidates would only be eligible if they did not belong to any political party i.e. they were independent.


    • StewGreen says:

      Each year UK needs homes for
      #1 UK babies
      (2021, 624,828 ….. 2020 613,936
      many not of British origin parents)

      #2 Migrants
      Legal 504K net *
      + counted illegals
      + uncounted illegals

      So about same tally
      So traditional British propn is being diluted considerably

      * That legal tally includes the relatives of people who came in illegally.


    • Rob in Cheshire says:

      Are these foreign “students” studying physics at Cambridge? More likely English GCSE at Mr Patel’s language academy above the corner shop.


  17. AsISeeIt says:

    A short trip from two-for-one to three-in-one edition

    Our BBC likes to make two picks from the press headlines so as to construct their own daily online newspaper review… er… headline.

    Red top tabloid readers would recognise this formula as a double whammy; advertising freesheet fans might see it as a bogoff or perhaps a twofor, whilst a few old school right-leaning broadsheet habitues might notice a brace.

    Newspaper headlines: ‘Student visa crackdown’ and record migrant levels (BBC) – and there dear reader you have a fine example of the bad news emerging coupled with the government’s rushed rhetorical response – which we all know damned well translates to absolutely nothing will be done about the problem of hyper immigration.

    Credit where credit is due – our BBC quite rightly scare quotes the notion of a ‘crackdown’ – as if?

    Hyper – it’s gone well beyond mass- immigration, that’s simply a problem our political class do not see as a problem.

    The formerly patriotic Times, which leans closet-Blairite liberal wet Tory posing in a blue rosette, is just the place for the government to lay some shoddy smokescreen over the shocking inward migration numbers.

    Foreign students face ban from universities – a doozy of a headline at one stroke placating short attention span conservatives cognisant of the fact hundreds of post drop register then dropout colleges across Britain act as easy visa factories – while simultaneously the self-same headline may still interest by aggravation that newfound lefty liberal Times college educated readership into some righteous morning outrage. Especially since ‘top’ universities will apparently be exempt.

    All foreign students will also have new restrictions on bringing family members with them after the number of dependents almost tripled in a year – what is this – bring your old mum to college month?

    Now tell me it wasn’t beyond the wit of man (or the civil service) to realise that this student dependents loop hole wouldn’t be exploited big time.

    Part of the government distraction policy here is to set off some crying, whingeing and gnashing of teeth on the left.

    The left-leaning ‘i’ newspaper is here to oblige and gifts the government the false notion of a crackdown being underway: Student visa crackdown set to spark major cabinet row – really?

    Migration is in iteslf one of those carefully crafted misnomers. It implies seasonal travel to and from.

    Speaking of which…

    Airport security rules on liquids and laptops could be lifted in UK in 2024 (Guardian)

    The female interest ‘i’ newspaper is on it: Opinion. Now can I take my lubricant on holiday? Rebecca Reid

    Don’t worry about it, luv. Mr AsI assumes his Greek island bicycle hire shop will have a drop of 3-in-one they can lend him.


    • Fedup2 says:

      I saw that university lecturers were on strike . And somehow the state is involved . But I thought universities were private institutions now …
      But I can’t remember items on the BBC about ‘a shortage of lecturers ‘ – so let the market fix their wages – discuss …
      Or maybe there should be protected high value degrees ( the useful ones like sums and engineering ) – with a ‘duty’ on the useless ones like drama and media and PPE ….


  18. micknotmike says:

    Having my early morning “two minutes of hate” (The bbc usually provide the backdrop) and there’s an article “Has Putin’s war failed?”. It features such gems as –
    “Repeated Russian claims of Nazis and genocide in eastern Ukraine were completely unfounded”
    “His declared aim was to protect people subjected to what he called eight years of bullying and genocide by Ukraine’s government – claims which have no basis in evidence.”
    In the interest of balance, a close friend of mine regularly spends half an hour watching the R-T news feed, and if it’s all fabricated by Russia then it’s one hell of a convincing hoax.
    This is the sort of blatant propaganda being fed to the British populace by the bbc. I don’t defend Russia at all, but to continually paint the ukranians as innocent folk goes far beyond well-intentioned bias.


    • Dickie says:

      I suspect a lot of the virtue signalling Ukraine supporting public in this country have never heard of Stepan Bandera and are completely ignorant of Ukraine’s history


  19. Guest Who says:

    The bubble the Labour/BBC axis of weevils inhabits is wonderfully isolated.


  20. Thoughtful says:

    Troubling news and rumours about the US rail strike comming out of America and the Dems showing their true evil nature once again.

    A one day rail strike in the US isn’t like a one day strike here. Legislation in the US means any hazardous cargo cannot be left in any unsecured situation therefore all hazardous cargo has to be moved to secure locations prior to any strike action and then retreived from there making it an onerous task.

    Now the US Dems have woken up and realised the scale of the issue they (Pete Buttigieg) are talking about forcing workers back to work at the barrel of a gun.

    but it’s all very kind and equal !


  21. Foscari says:

    I know I have been very naive. BUT I honestly didn’t
    know that Alex Scott the ex Arsenal and England
    ladies footballer . Whom we now see as a football pundit
    amongst another plethora of other “entertainment”
    programmes . Ticked EVERY box to become a BBC
    “personality.” And she has learned to dot her I’S and G’S
    as well in her speech. In a way that the only job she probably
    wouldn’t able to do now. Is being a continuity presenter.
    I don’t think her patois is up to scratch anymore.
    Actually, joking apart. She is presentable.And I reterate become
    more literate and loquacious. Which I am not sure how her
    brothers and sisters take this.


  22. tomo says:

    Meanwhile in the New York Times:

    “SBF saves stranded kitten in a tree only to be interrupted by his exchange crashing”


  23. Guest Who says:

    There again…


  24. MarkyMark says:

    The Crown star Emma Corrin has called for the best actor and best actress categories at major film awards to be merged into a single, gender-free one.





  25. Guest Who says:

    If you worked in Asia, you’ll know.


  26. Guest Who says:

    This is odd.

    Hopefully the entire tv news world is headed her way.

    I used to play rugby. Now they just ask if I fell out the pub again.


  27. Zephir says:

    Wales vs Iran, worth a look today but again the racist, sexist BBC to be endured.

    A wimmin running the pre match discussion and…..they’ve found a black Welsh footballist with a massive 2 goals for Wales.


  28. MarkyMark says:




  29. tomo says:

    I see that the primary sponsors of that Dealbook Summit where FTX “SBF” guy is purportedly speaking alongside the US Treasury Secretary Yellen and Zelensky is Accenture (AKA Arthur Anderson of Enron fame)

    Be there as the conversation unfolds, revealing hidden complexities, unexpected relationships and the wide-ranging ripple effects of change.

    – I hope there’s some surprises….


  30. StewGreen says:

    BBC’s Matthew Sweets is very pleased with GBnews talk about the Died Suddenly doco
    ..I bet some parts of it are flawed, but don’t know how much


    • Fedup2 says:

      Strange the Mr Sweet has such a ‘thing ‘ about this issue . What skin does he have in the game? Is he just a far left monopolist BBC type looking for advancement ? Taken a bung ? What ?

      I find it sad that Any non approved comment / approach to an issue is slapped with ‘false ‘ or ‘conspiracy ‘ or similar .

      I wonder what Mr sweet thinks of those death certificates where the vaccine is named as cause or contributing cause ?

      And are those being paid out by the State frauds ? Did their loved ones not die ?


      • MarkyMark says:

        Just pinning links for all ten parts as the
        Modernism season comes to an end. It was an absolute pleasure to make this with

        and all the contributors. And it felt right to be doing it on the radio – a properly Modernist medium.


      • MarkyMark says:

        BBC Radio 4, Monday 13 December

        In an item about the rise in infections caused by Omicron and its impact on the NHS we said: ‘NHS England says between 20 and 30 per cent of critical care beds are occupied by Covid patients…. three quarters of those haven’t been vaccinated.’

        We also said that the ‘vast majority’ of those in critical care are unvaccinated.

        In fact, the most recent figures from the Intensive Care and National Audit Research Centre (ICNARC) show that 51% of intensive care patients in England with Covid in November were vaccinated and 48% were not.




      • Rob in Cheshire says:

        Mr Sweet wants GB News taken off air. For our own good, of course. He works for the BBC.


    • MarkyMark says:

      Matthew Sweet
      Writer & broadcaster for hire.



      Sound of Cinema. Victorianist til I die. @matthewsweet@mastodon.social
      Londonunitedagents.co.uk/matthew-sweetJoined April 2011
      5,940 Following


    • atlas_shrugged says:

      Funny how BBC Oxbridge ‘experts’ like Sweet get to have such opinions about something they know nothing about and have no qualifications in. A ‘high ego’ does not equal ‘intelligent scrutiny’.

      Rent an arrogant ‘gob’ would be an accurate description.


      • Fedup2 says:

        I believe The State knows there will be deaths and serious aftermaths for some receiving the vaccine – but they think the advantage to the majority outweighs the KSI .

        And the likes of the MSM BBC is instructed to suppress any ‘anti ‘ views . BBC OFCOM depend on the likes of `GBNews not have the audience size to affect the policy – so won’t attack it formally … informally though … who knows ?


    • tomo says:

      I thought I recognised the name

      A self declared media whore pundit – wheedled his way onto the fast dial datavase.

      Sweet ? – not.


  31. Zephir says:

    RE lecturers on strike

    What are they doing, switching their Zoom cameras off ?


  32. Zephir says:

    Journalist getting peeved ? that’s a little rich

    if their favourite favoured muzzies here get the whip hand…they would be out of a job pronto…..

    “‘This is what Qatar is like!’: World Cup officials interrupt ANOTHER live broadcast, threaten to confiscate equipment and order TV crew to leave as they interview a fan in a wheelchair

    Officials interrupt live broadcast as reporter chats with fan, forcing crew to leave
    ‘It’s censorship when you know you’re doing nothing wrong,’ reporter’s wife says
    Incident latest in string of Qatari officials appearing to censor journalists’ work ”



    • MarkyMark says:

      Additionally, some workers have gone with little to no pay. This has led to hundreds of thousands of people living in labor camps, where disease and poverty are rampant.18 Oct 2020

      Climate Crisis
      Qatar’s economic prosperity is derived from the extraction and export of petroleum—discovered in 1939 and first produced in 1949—and natural gas.

      Politically, women in Qatar achieved suffrage in 1997, long before its neighbors Bahrain, Oman, Kuwait, the UAE and Saudi Arabia followed suit.

      Stoning is no longer a legal punishment in Qatar, and has never been used.[8][16][17] Apostasy is a crime punishable by the death penalty in Qatar.[18] Blasphemy is punishable by up to seven years in prison and proselytizing any religion other than Islam can be punished by up to 10 years in prison.[18] Homosexuality is a crime punishable in sharia by the death penalty for Muslims, though in Qatar the penalty for consenting males is up to 5 years in prison.[19]

      proselytizing any religion other than Islam can be punished by up to 10 years in prison

      IS LGBTQ+ a religion?


  33. Emmanuel Goldstein says:

    How many times have we heard from the pro vaccinators that somebody has had covid and been in a terrible state but has had the vaccine. They then say it would have been much worse if they had not been vaccinated.

    Is there any truth in this?
    It’s easy to say it but I would imagine both vaccinated and unvaccinated catch Covid and both groups will have symptoms varying from mild to severe and death.

    Could it be that you will be affected the same whether vaccinated or not and having he vaccine makes no difference to the severity of the symptoms.

    I doubt the msm will come out with anything about this and we have to wait for the likes of GB News to find out the truth as nobody else will tell us.

    Here’s a question:

    The 350 million on the bus and those asking “where is it?”
    How much are the nhs getting now compared to before we ‘left’
    Is it more or less than the £350 million per week and if it’s more why don’t people say so when remoaners ask it.
    (If it’s less then why?)


    • MarkyMark says:

      £350 million …. In September 2021, the government announced that the health and care system would receive a £36 billion funding settlement over the next three years. This would be funded in part by a new health and care levy – a 1.25 per cent increase in National Insurance contributions from April 2022.22 Aug 2022


      • Up2snuff says:

        The LeftyLibbyMedia didn’t like that, MM, especially the BBC. What?! A Conservative Government funding the NHS big-time then sorting out the Social Care programme that the Labour Party had not been able to do when in government 1974-1979 and 1997-2010.


    • tomo says:

      One brother in law had a bad batch jab about a year ago – he was proper poorly – 10 days – over half of which were bed-bound.

      The jabbers cheerily sent an appointment for a another go at it …. nothing by way of explanation – he found out via Internet search and the clinic were reticent and slope-y-shouldered about admitting it.


  34. MarkyMark says:

    As anger rises and tragedies mount, China shows no sign of budging on zero-Covid


    Newly surfaced video leads Tory leadership hopeful Jeremy Hunt to face fresh claims he is a ‘lockdown fanatic’ who would have shutdown UK economy in a bid to emulate China’s zero Covid policy


    Jeremy Hunt’s wife presents show on China’s state-run TV ‘that whitewashes Communist Party’s human rights abuse’


  35. Zephir says:

    RIP Wales

    there will be celebrations in Luton and Rotherham etc

    Lock up your schoolkids


  36. Eddy Booth says:

    Kanye West announces 2024 presidential bid

    “Rapper Kanye West has said he intends to run for US president in 2024,..”

    Do the BBC like him?

    “.. despite facing several scandals over his recent behaviour.”



  37. Guest Who says:


    Tempted to write to ECU, Timmeh!, OFCOM and DCMS (and whichever dim bulb is notionally unincharge of it) to ask why BBC Complaints has been, is, and will always be a deliberately labyrinthine entity, unfit for any purpose,.

    But I answered my own question.

    And would just get banned again.

    Propaganda backed by censorship is ugly and dangerous.


    • MarkyMark says:


      President Trump’s 100 Days President Biden’s 0 Day 

      Dear Winston Smith in the Records Department of the Ministry of Truth,

      You covered President Trump’s 100 Days and then produced a Beyond 100 Days to hold power to account.

      Why have you not done the same for President Biden to hold power to account?

      ‘Omission is the greatest form of lie.’ 


      Thank you again for contacting us,

      BBC Complaints Team


    • tomo says:

      The absurdist climate alarmists just don’t care about spectacular lying at the moment. If you blub into the selfie camera or have a histrionic tizzy – as far as the BBC works – that makes the climate catastrophe that much more legitimate.

      Lies are means to an end …


      • MarkyMark says:

        China currently manufactures and supplies more than 80 per cent of the globe’s solar photovoltaic (PV) panels, a new report by the International Energy Agency (IEA) has said. Based on the current expansion plans, China will be responsible for 95 per cent of the entire manufacturing process by 2025.11 Jul 2022


  38. Guest Who says:

    £5B budget, 20,000 staff, 5 mins in…

    0 engagement.


  39. andyjsnape says:

    Emma Corrin: The Crown star calls for gender neutral awards

    So, what. I can for them not to be



  40. G.W.F. says:

    I see the BBC report that sharing something called deep porn fakes is to be made illegal.

    Never heard of this word before.
    So I experimented on Google, typing in the name of a famous BBC presenter – say Laura -Kuenssberg and indicating Porn Pictures.

    Pease don’t do this you will be shocked and outraged by the result delivered in less than 10 seconds.



    • Fedup2 says:

      Does it say what I will have to do with my collection of ‘deep porn fakes ‘? My collection of ‘the ladies of the BBC’ is a personal treasure ….
      It’s Friday so let’s ban something ….. apparently that censorship bill will be nodded through in a few days

      I know the terrible case of the 14 year old girl who killed herself after watching too many self ham sites – but censoring only goes one way .
      And if kids want to find such stuff on the net they ll find it …. But I feel sorry for parents trying to shield their kids from nasty stuff ….


  41. Emmanuel Goldstein says:

    If I was Shamima begum I would get on one of the cross channel dinghies and claim asylum when picked up on the daily collections.


  42. MarkyMark says:


    This is the same Arts Council England that likes to spaff taxpayer millions on projects that tell straight white men to “pass the power“, gave over £215,000 in Covid funding to a solo drag act, and is expected to spend around £1.34 billion in grants in the three years to 2026. If the whole point of this hearing is to pry into the Council’s funding decisions, there are a few obvious questions to ask…


  43. MarkyMark says:

    Powerful piece by
    “The loss of women’s rights starts with looking the other way for an Eddie Izzard and ends with a society that doesn’t flinch at placing a male sex offender in jail with women.” Serious issues we must discuss.



  44. Cooper_Man says:

    Just watched the Iran v Wales highlights on the BBC’S youtube channel and couldn’t help but notice the appalling picture quality. The resolution was in a pitiful 360p (which translates to 480 by 360 ratio). Compare this to the highlights on the ITV youtube channel which are in a high definition 1080p. Untold billions in license fee extortion money and this is the best picture quality they can serve up?


    • Eddy Booth says:

      Don’t like defending bbc, but it’s probably
      YouTube’s behaviour, which shows newly uploaded videos at low resolution at first and eventually works up to 1080 after an hour or whatever


  45. Guest Who says:

    Panic in every tv studio?


    • MarkyMark says:

      Sunday Scrum: Trudeau dodges ethics question 18 times during QP

      In Wednesday’s Question Period, the opposition asked the prime minister how many times he met with Ethics and Conflict of Interest commissioners over his trip to the Aga Khan’s private island and never got a direct answer.


    • MarkyMark says:

      Protests to demand change to public policy is worrying – Black Lives Matter????


    • MarkyMark says:

      “We should only protest to show that we agree with the governement. 👍”


  46. MarkyMark says:


    Al Janoub Stadium has been designed by Zaha Hadid Architects. Its design was inspired by the hulls of the traditional dhow pearl fishing boats, further reflected by the use of timber and traditional materials. The symmetrical roof composed of three shells is the standout feature. Following the release of the designs, people soon starting noting the resemblance of the roof to female genitalia, but Zaha Hadid denied any comparisons.



  47. MarkyMark says:


    Cost of living tips: Your personalised guide to saving money
    By the Visual Journalism and Digital Formats teams 21 November 2022



  48. tomo says:

    I recall some mention of US supply chain issues over a bridge closure – but Biden pressuring Jussie over auto plants closures actually sounds about right since Joe is bought and paid for by The Auto Workers Union who were pivotal aiui in excluding Tesla from The White House EV jamboree a while back.

    If the BBC mention this I will eat one of my hats.


  49. Thoughtful says:



    • Fedup2 says:

      The vote on a general amnesty on twitter came back with an overwhelming ‘yes ‘ ( not using the Biden method ) which could mean the likes of Tommy Robinson will get their voice back again .
      I’m sure the blue Labour online censorship act will cancel him though ….

      ..guardian reports that another blue labour minister / Mp is to stand down next election ( as opposed to being smacked in the moosh by the vengeful electorate ) – no loss – they’ll all be gone .
      For some reason apparently 12 red labour MPs are going too – maybe part of a bail condition …


  50. pugnazious says:

    Odd, or not, how the Springer doesn’t investigate left-wing hijacking of so much media and the way it spreads lies and corrupts politics. The BBC is obsessed wth ‘social media’ so-called disinformation, at least that it judges to be from the Right, but when it comes to the Left’s exploitation of social media platforms the BBC turns a blind eye…and no doubt will be commenting adversely on this….it of course has already made plain its disapproval of Musk’s take-over and direction of travel…ie….encouraging ‘free-speech’ rather than an echo chamber for the Left….


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