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UKIP spoofs Lord Patten for suggesting BBC deferential to Brexit cause
Date 27/04/2016 13:11  Author webmaster  Hits 1489  Language Global
"Perhaps he could also explain why the BBC receives money from the EU but this is not recorded in their public accounts." - UKIP Deputy Leader Paul Nuttall MEP

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Responding to Lord Patten, who said the BBC may be giving 'excessively deferential' treatment to the Brexit campaign, UKIP deputy leader Paul Nuttall MEP said:

“This is a bit rich, coming from a man on a fat European Commissioner pension and who wants to remain in the EU.

The most senior BBC News editors have previously admitted that the BBC has been biased for years in favour of the EU and against discussion of immigration.

Given that the BBC has just aired a four part laudatory documentary on President Obama, and the BBC’s former Brussels producer Lucy Thomas is currently deputy head of the Remain campaign, it is clear Lord Patten is heavy on rhetoric but very light on fact.


Perhaps he could also explain why the BBC receives money from the EU but this is not recorded in their public accounts.“

See: BBC Bias & Editors' remarks (pdf)
www.ukip.org
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