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BBC bias: Corbyn and le Penn interviewed on the Andrew Marr programme



 
 
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Old November 13th 16, 07:01 PM posted to uk.d-i-y,uk.tech.digital-tv
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Default BBC bias: Corbyn and le Penn interviewed on the Andrew Marr programme

Marr gave us a sort of 'health warning' before the le Pen interview,
because she's 'far right'. No such warning before the Corbyn interview
about him being 'far left'.

Marine le Pen was pestered about her father's 30-year-old comments about
the Holocaust.

Corbyn on the other hand, wasn't even asked about the Labour Party's
current anti-Semitism.

Bill
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Old November 13th 16, 07:18 PM posted to uk.d-i-y,uk.tech.digital-tv
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Default BBC bias: Corbyn and le Penn interviewed on the Andrew Marrprogramme

On 13/11/2016 20:01, Bill Wright wrote:
Marr gave us a sort of 'health warning' before the le Pen interview,
because she's 'far right'. No such warning before the Corbyn interview
about him being 'far left'.

Marine le Pen was pestered about her father's 30-year-old comments about
the Holocaust.

Corbyn on the other hand, wasn't even asked about the Labour Party's
current anti-Semitism.

Bill



what anti-Semitism ???
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Old November 13th 16, 08:18 PM posted to uk.d-i-y,uk.tech.digital-tv
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Default BBC bias: Corbyn and le Penn interviewed on the Andrew Marr programme

critcher wrote:

On 13/11/2016 20:01, Bill Wright wrote:
Marr gave us a sort of 'health warning' before the le Pen interview,
because she's 'far right'. No such warning before the Corbyn interview
about him being 'far left'.

Marine le Pen was pestered about her father's 30-year-old comments about
the Holocaust.

Corbyn on the other hand, wasn't even asked about the Labour Party's
current anti-Semitism.

Bill



what anti-Semitism ???


You probably missed it. It's where female Jewish MPs get death threats,
hints that Hitler got it right etc. Easy to dismiss, unless of course you
are the target.

Alan

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Old November 13th 16, 08:32 PM posted to uk.d-i-y,uk.tech.digital-tv
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Default BBC bias: Corbyn and le Penn interviewed on the Andrew Marrprogramme

On 13/11/2016 20:18, critcher wrote:

what anti-Semitism ???


http://lmgtfy.com/?q=labour+party+anti-semitism

(about a quarter of a million hits, BTW)
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Old November 13th 16, 09:00 PM posted to uk.tech.digital-tv
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Default BBC bias: Corbyn and le Penn interviewed on the Andrew Marr programme

On Sunday, 13 November 2016 20:01:54 UTC, wrote:
Marr gave us a sort of 'health warning' before the le Pen interview,
because she's 'far right'. No such warning before the Corbyn interview
about him being 'far left'.


That's because his politics are well known in the UK and hers rather less so.


Marine le Pen was pestered about her father's 30-year-old comments about
the Holocaust.


They are a lot less than thirty years old. I saw them on French TV first hand, and it was a straight off denial about the Holocaust. The vile torturer was prominent (leader / president) in her party until 2015.


Corbyn on the other hand, wasn't even asked about the Labour Party's
current anti-Semitism.


Fair point, but even the odious Red Ken has not suggested that his opponents should be put in a crematory oven.

Yes Corbyn enobled someone to produce a good whitewash, but not quite the same league.


Bill


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Old November 13th 16, 09:08 PM posted to uk.d-i-y,uk.tech.digital-tv
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Default BBC bias: Corbyn and le Penn interviewed on the Andrew Marr programme

In uk.tech.digital-tv Bill Wright wrote:
Marr gave us a sort of 'health warning' before the le Pen interview,
because she's 'far right'. No such warning before the Corbyn interview
about him being 'far left'.

Marine le Pen was pestered about her father's 30-year-old comments about
the Holocaust.

Corbyn on the other hand, wasn't even asked about the Labour Party's
current anti-Semitism.

One's view of the above depends on how extremely right you think le Pen
is as opposed to how extremely left you think Corbyn is.

Personally I think le Pen is further right than Corbyn is left but I
suspect you might disagree.

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Old November 13th 16, 11:16 PM posted to uk.d-i-y,uk.tech.digital-tv
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Default BBC bias: Corbyn and le Penn interviewed on the Andrew Marrprogramme

On 13/11/16 20:18, critcher wrote:
On 13/11/2016 20:01, Bill Wright wrote:
Marr gave us a sort of 'health warning' before the le Pen interview,
because she's 'far right'. No such warning before the Corbyn interview
about him being 'far left'.

Marine le Pen was pestered about her father's 30-year-old comments about
the Holocaust.

Corbyn on the other hand, wasn't even asked about the Labour Party's
current anti-Semitism.

Bill



what anti-Semitism ???


Sheesh...

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Old November 13th 16, 11:17 PM posted to uk.d-i-y,uk.tech.digital-tv
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Default BBC bias: Corbyn and le Penn interviewed on the Andrew Marrprogramme

On 13/11/16 22:08, Chris Green wrote:
In uk.tech.digital-tv Bill Wright wrote:
Marr gave us a sort of 'health warning' before the le Pen interview,
because she's 'far right'. No such warning before the Corbyn interview
about him being 'far left'.

Marine le Pen was pestered about her father's 30-year-old comments about
the Holocaust.

Corbyn on the other hand, wasn't even asked about the Labour Party's
current anti-Semitism.

One's view of the above depends on how extremely right you think le Pen
is as opposed to how extremely left you think Corbyn is.

Personally I think le Pen is further right than Corbyn is left but I
suspect you might disagree.

Le Pen is a socialist.


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Old November 13th 16, 11:57 PM posted to uk.tech.digital-tv
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Default BBC bias: Corbyn and le Penn interviewed on the Andrew Marr programme

En el artculo , Chris Green
escribi:

Personally I think le Pen is further right than Corbyn is left but I
suspect you might disagree.


It's just another excuse for him to bash the BBC as part of his ongoing
obsession. Apparently he's not heard of the off button.

And it's OT for d-i-y.

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Old November 14th 16, 12:25 AM posted to uk.d-i-y,uk.tech.digital-tv
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Default BBC bias: Corbyn and le Penn interviewed on the Andrew Marrprogramme

On 13/11/2016 22:08, Chris Green wrote:


Personally I think le Pen is further right than Corbyn is left but I
suspect you might disagree.


It isn't really quantifiable is it?

Bill
 




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