The BBC is under fire once again for only allowing people who are ‘non-white’ to apply for a role.
Could you imagine the uproar from the left if the BBC said ‘whites only’, they would go mad, but right now they are silent? I’m not surprised.
As made clear on the ‘Creative Access’ website: “This traineeship is only open to candidates from a black, Asian or non-white ethnic minority background.”
The job description states:
“Newsbeat is the flagship news programme on BBC Radio 1 and BBC Radio 1Xtra. Newsbeat is produced by BBC News but differs from the BBC’s other news programmes in its remit to provide news tailored for a specifically younger audience.
The successful trainee will be passionate and engaged in the world of journalism and will also offer a different perspective on stories that affect the key target audience of 16-25 year-olds. They would be expected to work on radio broadcasts, and online including the website and on social video.
The BBC and Newsbeat are all about original journalism, treatments and trying new things with lots of creative ideas that can make an impact inside and outside of the company.”
“This traineeship is only open to candidates from a black, Asian or non-white ethnic minority background”
What do you think of this?
It’s becoming a normality.
REVEALED: Investigation proves BBC is BIAS against leave voters on major political shows
The Daily Express has investigated if there are any inequalities between leave and remain audience members on BBC political shows such as ‘Question Time’
The Express revealed that “Question Time had 85 Remainers on its panel between January and July 2017 compared to just 36 Brexit supporters” and that “from the 24 shows only one had a majority of Leave supporters and 22 had a majority of Remainers”.
If this isn’t bias then I don’t know what is!
We’ve long known that the BBC is strongly against the UK leaving the EU…probably because they get funding from them!
Tory MP Peter Bone, who founded the Brexit campaign group Grassroots Out, said: “I’m afraid this again shows that the BBC is simply institutionally biased against Brexit.
“Question Time is the worst of the lot. Because it is a panel it cannot hide its bias against Brexit because you can see who has been invited.
“I’ve always been surprised that as one of the founders of a major Brexit campaign group I have never been invited on Question Time even though I have done lots of other broadcast media.”
However, watchdog said that impartiality does not mean Question Time does not have to have a balanced panel.
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