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The BBC

Grecian2K

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Not sure what your obsession is with Lineker and the BBC (That you don't watch) but those in the BBC think he's worth his money, Its as simple as that, It could change but it is what it is atm, Anyway i'd thought you'd be happy getting rid of those "Lefty Bias BBC Journo's" ?
I think it's similar to his obsession with the Guardian (that he never pays for) 🤪
 

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Any names Jinxy?
I did see the headlines on the newspaper frontpages they put on the BBC News website daily and Sophie Raworth was on it with a headline to what Jinxy was talking about but not sure if they just used her photo because she's an on camera presenter/journo or was one who might be given the boot.
 

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I think it's similar to his obsession with the Guardian (that he never pays for) 🤪
I love the Graun. A never ending (free) source of amusement.

On the subject of the BBC, not that I watched it on the channel itself of course, but I just had to catch Elon Musk tearing the Beeb journo a new one. And just to think, the bits you see are just the ones the BBC would let you.
 

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I love the Graun. A never ending (free) source of amusement.

On the subject of the BBC, not that I watched it on the channel itself of course, but I just had to catch Elon Musk tearing the Beeb journo a new one. And just to think, the bits you see are just the ones the BBC would let you.
I saw it live. It was really dull, no one tore bits off anyone.
 

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Richard Sharp resigns as Chairman of the BBC. Pity, I'd hope he would be sacked. How many more Government toadies are there in the BBC?
 

Grecian2K

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How many more Government toadies are there in the BBC?
Well, the DG's still in place. 😡
 

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Well, the DG's still in place. 😡
And St Gary for a bit of balance
 

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And St Gary for a bit of balance
Is that a serious response? Good grief 🤣
 

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Richard Sharp resigns as Chairman of the BBC. Pity, I'd hope he would be sacked. How many more Government toadies are there in the BBC?
A lot I’d guess.Wonder which will go first the licence fee or the monarchy?😀
 

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Is that a serious response? Good grief 🤣
What do you think ?
 
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