Thursday, February 07, 2013

Overt omission...


Sorry to go about the same thing but this is just obscene. My update in the post below is driving me mad. Barely a day has gone by and already the BBC are wiping the story from it's pages: hardly any mention or links to the stories about the NHS on the BBC webpages for News, UK news, England News etc. The only link is the features sidebar with such heavyweight news issues as "How you can make lunch at your desk that bit nicer". Gross and partisan bias by omission, white-washing any possible cloud to darken the Labour horizon with this true multiple death causing scandal...and especially while they pound the Coalition and trumpet 'a humiliating U-turn/climb-down' (would you rather Gove ploughed on and forced his better idea upon you Twigg? You cunt) re exams etc and of course the hugely important Huhne affair still merits multiple links and reams of pages. Do NOT trust the BBC.

4 comments:

Highland Cooncil said...

WAR DECLARED
on Scottish Government !!!

Not many deed !!!

http://www.daveallison.org/

ReefKnot said...

The Guardian website has sod all about the NHS scandal as well. So, no surprise there then.

Paul said...

Your 'hardly any mention' currently leads to a page that doesn't exist!

Span Ows said...

Thanks Paul! I've just got the same and it said 'too many redirects' was the reason: I did get a spike in page views but can't believe that was the reason. Now fixed anyway...i hope. if not the link in the previous post update leads to the same screen shot.