Uncivil war at the BBC

The Observer/Guardian:

"Some of the BBC's biggest names are considering quitting in protest at the attitude of its acting chairman and the greatest-ever threat to their journalistic independence.

"The corporation was on the brink of civil war last night as union leaders warned that Greg Dyke's resignation as director-general had split the staff from the governors."

The best response would be that they should not let the door hit them on the way out. They demonstrate the attitude that has brought the BBC to its current state of ill repute. They got caught with their bias hanging out and they do not think an apology is owed. That is the arrogance of the Beeb. They seem to think that falsely accusing the government of going to war on a fraudulant premise is no big deal. The sickness of bias runs deep in this organization. It is much in need of a turnover of personnel. Their resignation would be a good start.


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