BBC breakfast

Interview with the boss of Ryanair who despite saying that business was booming and planning more flights and that he got it wrong (anti brexit)since Brexit, he was still pressed until he eventually came out with anti brexit comments. The prime minister should tell him/us what the plans are for brexit, when playing cards would you show your opponents your cards? When will they stop it and be the impartial reporters that they should be, by law I believe?

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  1. Michael

    ‘When will they stop it and be the impartial reporters that they should be, by law I believe?’

    When hell freezes over, methinks. Then again, BBC campaigns as of late (Brexit and the US election) haven’t gone quite to plan so you’d think they may contemplate on their best move forwards. I completely agree with you, the BBC, by law should be impartial but they are a law unto themselves and no one high profile or otherwise will stand up to them. We’re stuck between a rock and a hard place when it comes to the license fee and I’m surprised that none of the major commercial channels (ITV, Channel 4, etc) don’t kick up a fuss since they will be effected when people up and down the country stop paying their license and refuse to watch TV altogether.

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