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Rod Liddle

Roger Mosey and the questions you don’t ask at the BBC

The bias was crystal clear when I was there. It’s got much worse since

27 June 2015

9:00 AM

27 June 2015

9:00 AM

There was a remarkable scene in one BBC Today programme morning meeting in about 1995, as all the producers gathered together to discuss what stories would be on the following day’s show.

The big story was the European Union; the splits occasioned by the EU within the Tory party and the battle, on the part of racist neanderthal xenophobes, to keep us out of the Exchange Rate Mechanism, from which we had ignominiously exited three years before.

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