Now the two-parent family is “controversial”

Mar 9, 2017 by

by David Keighley, TCW: (David Keighley explains how the BBC’s equality drive shapes its left/liberal stance in the latest of our series of articles to ‘celebrate’ International Women’s Day on Wednesday.) According the latest BBC annual report, 48.7 per cent of its 21,000 full-time staff are now...

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BBC issues Dame Jenni Murray with warning over her transgender comments

Mar 7, 2017 by

by Harry Yorke, Telegraph: The BBC has issued presenter Dame Jenni Murray with an impartiality warning over her transgender comments as a TV presenter called for her to be sacked. Dame Jenni, the veteran host of Woman’s Hour, has been told that she must remain impartial on “controversial topics”...

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The media’s moment of truth

Mar 3, 2017 by

by Maggie Gallagher, Catholic Herald: Mainstream news sources used to define reality. Now that their dominance is ending, Christians face a new culture war. In 2010, Benedict XVI gave an address at Westminster Hall on what he called “the real challenge for democracy”. He told the assembled...

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The Perfidy and Contempt of the BBC

Feb 27, 2017 by

from Voice for Justice UK: In November last year, following complaints of unacceptable Muslim bias and the deliberate marginalization of Christianity by its Muslim Head of Religion and Ethics, Aaqil Ahmed, the BBC announced that it was axing both the role of Head and the department of religion,...

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Statement on BBC Commissioning Editor, Religion and Ethics

Feb 27, 2017 by

from the Church of England website: In response to an enquiry from the Daily Mail on 24 February 2017 for an article concerning the appointment of Fatima Salaria as BBC Commissioning Editor, Religion and Ethics, the Church of England’s Communications office provided the following response: “We...

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Second Muslim becomes head of BBC religious TV programming

Feb 25, 2017 by

by Katherine Rushton, Mailonline: The executive who put a terror sympathiser on TV now heads BBC religious programming on screen. Fatima Salaria provoked uproar by giving Anthony Small a platform on Muslims Like Us, a reality-style show. The convicted fraudster and former boxing champion, now...

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