Stephen Daisley Stephen Daisley

Will the BBC become a victim of its own bias?

The BBC's failure to understand the public will come at a heavy cost

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The BBC is losing me. It’s a sudden estrangement and an unwelcome one but I can’t seem to shake it off. The cause is the Corporation’s coverage of this thing that is happening that we still don’t have a name for but definitely should not call a ‘moment’. 

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