Monday, January 31, 2005

BBC - Fake But Accurate

The BBC continues the Dan Rather "fake but accurate" tradition.

Paxman also said that the Hutton report, and the resignation of director general Greg Dyke and chairman Gavyn Davies had been "very unsettling".

However, he spoke out in defence of journalist Andrew Gilligan's original story on the Iraq dossier.

"The issue came to be about all sorts of other things. But on the core issue there was clearly something there, and there was clearly unhappiness about the way intelligence was presented," he said.

Yes there was - BBC bias.

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