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BBC enforcing pro EU bias while accepting millions of cash from European Union
This year so far it has accepted £476,000 in the current financial year, but that figure is expected to rise .
This Funding raises serious questions about the Stations ability to remain impartial and neutral during the EU referendum .
Indeed , Last Night , I switched on the BBC News at 10 , It was unnerving and disturbing to say the least .
The Programme which is live to the world , spent 20 minutes attacking the Leave Campaign while at the same time promoting the stay campaign .
Of course the Station didn't offer any evidence , No Facts , No Statistics or anything else to support their claims , but that didn't stop them from enforcing their pro EU bias on the electorate who happen to be paying a very generous £145 License fee not to be told what to think but to be given impartial coverage .
The BBC has come under some heavy criticism in recent times for its pro EU bias .
Last Year , The UK’s minister for culture John Whittingdale wrote to the BBC reminding it of its duty to be impartial in covering the coming referendum on the EU.
the longer erroneous views or partial coverage are allowed to stand unchallenged or uncorrected , the greater the chance of public and democratic detriment
- John Whittingdale (UK Minister for culture )
More recently , Conservative Party MP Andrew Bridgen says :
Everyone knows the BBC has an inbuilt pro-EU bias , but it should be above reproach during this once in a lifetime opportunity to vote on the future of our relationship with the EU
- Conservative Party MP Andrew Bridgen