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No sacred cows

Did the BBC silence lockdown sceptics?

17 June 2023

9:00 AM

17 June 2023

9:00 AM

Did the BBC breach its own impartiality rules by keeping critics of the government’s pandemic response off the air during the first lockdown? I first made that accusation in 2020 in a witness statement I submitted to the High Court in an effort to challenge Ofcom’s ‘coronavirus guidance’, which I argued was a factor in the BBC’s one-sided coverage.

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