The groupthink of the BBC and wider media/political establishment means they find it impossible to understand what the wider public thinks or why their views should be represented. That's what Nigel Farage was on about over the biased BBC audience in Thursday's debate. He was absolutely right
The BBC is at it yet again over the Copenhagen attacks by a killer inspired by Islamist ideology. Their lead story has totally whitewashed all references to Islam not just in the latest attacks but in the Paris attacks in January too
How marvellously illustrative that the BBC should be focusing on the politically correct non-problem of an alleged lack of ethnic diversity, while ignoring the real diversity problem of its blatant liberal-Left bias
It is facing its ‘Kodak’ moment when it becomes an irrelevance. It is the terminally-ill ‘Guardian’ in pictures and is going the same way. It seems to be unable to do anything right. It now transpires that its business management is totally inept as well
Even by BBC standards, the reporting on the Swiss referendum was a disgrace. It was a non-stop stream of propaganda about the dangers to the Swiss economy and how capping immigration will ruin the country's relationship with the EU -- obviously something bad!
Scotland is a big one; the EU too. England faces cultural attack from the BBC. They are keen along with their friends in the EU to try to split England into a series of artificial regions which carry little support or weight with English people, says John Redwood MP. We must fight back
We all sympathise with refugees but why do BBC journalists say it's solely our responsibility to take them in rather than, say Egypt's, or Russia's, or China's. Post-imperial guilt? Are they reporters or activists?