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Sunday, 15 October 2017

Austria holds watershed election marked by migrant crisis per BBC News

This BBC report http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-41625544 includes this caption description and opening to the article:

'Sebastian Kurz has taken the conservatives further to the right

Austrians are voting in a general election in which the frontrunner, conservative People's Party (ÖVP) leader Sebastian Kurz, is just 31.'

Remind me have the BBC ever described Jeremy Corbyn as having 'taken the Labour Party further to the left'. I think not and I think we all know why. For the BBC the right is bad and the left is good. The BBC is not an independent unbiased news reporting organisation, too often it acts instead as the propaganda arm of the Labour Party.

Saturday, 14 October 2017

"FBI Finds Tarmac Meeting Docs..."

https://youtu.be/8hn6YU188o0

But not a word on the pro Hillary Clinton mainstream media.

Maajid Nawaz and the 'what about the Jews' callers

I've just listened to the last twenty minutes or so of Maajid Nawaz's LBC  programme http://www.lbc.co.uk/ this afternoon. Quite revealing the calls from Muslims whose reaction to the banning of sex segregation in schools was "what about the Jews".

I'd say I was shocked but I've heard this sort of talk before. When Islam is criticised then some Muslims have an automatic "what about the Jews" reaction. The hatred that some Muslims have for Jews is visceral and obsessive.

"How many times Muslims invaded Europe vs. Europeans invaded Muslim countries?"

https://youtu.be/c7y2LRcf4kc

Is history repeating itself?

I've posted the full version of this video before but this information is worth repeating.

Penguins die in 'catastrophic' Antarctic breeding season per BBC News

The BBC report http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-41608722 that 'Penguins die in 'catastrophic' Antarctic breeding season'

Global warming? Not cold enough? Not enough ice?

'All but two Adelie penguin chicks have starved to death in their east Antarctic colony, in a breeding season described as "catastrophic" by experts.'

Global warming? Not cold enough? Not enough ice?

'It was caused by unusually high amounts of ice late in the season, meaning adults had to travel further for food.'

Too much ice! How inconvenient for the BBC climate change brainwashing.

Thursday, 12 October 2017

74% Say No Deal is Better Than A Bad Deal per Sky and Guido Fawkes

'The vast majority of the public believes "no deal is better than a bad deal" according to this new Sky Data poll. A decisive 74% agreed the country should walk away rather than accept a punishment deal. Just 26% think "any deal is better than no deal"…

The sentiment holds true across the age range. Among 18-34 year-olds support for"no deal is better than a bad deal" is at 75%. Among 35-54 year-olds it is 74% and 76% among those aged 55+. '

You can read more here https://order-order.com/2017/10/12/74-say-no-deal-is-better-than-a-bad-deal/ at Guido Fawkes but obviously not on the BBC where support for the EU and thus vehement opposition to Brexit is de rigeur.

Palestinian factions Hamas and Fatah 'reach deal' in Cairo per BBC News

'Egypt and Israel, Hamas' chief adversary, have maintained a blockade around Gaza since 2006. Hamas calls for Israel's destruction and has fought three wars with the Jewish state.

Israel resolutely opposes any involvement by Hamas in the Palestinian Authority. It considers Hamas a terrorist group and has said it will not deal with a Palestinian government that contains Hamas members.

Hamas as a whole, or in some cases its military wing, is designated a terrorist group by Israel, the US, EU, UK and other powers.'

So report the institutionally anti Israel BBC here http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-middle-east-41591450

Lets unpick that a little.

'Egypt and Israel, Hamas' chief adversary, have maintained a blockade around Gaza since 2006. Hamas calls for Israel's destruction and has fought three wars with the Jewish state.'

It's good that the BBC recognise that Egypt is blockading Gaza, they often try to minimise reporting of that fact.

Do Hamas just call for Israel's destruction or the death of all Jews? I get confused between the statements of Hamas and Hezbollah, maybe their friend Jeremy Corbyn could advise me on this matter.

If Hamas calls for Israel's destruction then how should Israel make peace with Hamas? What would be a fair compromise for Israel to agree to? Maybe the destruction of just half of Israel? Perhaps Jeremy Bowen could consider that matter.

'Israel resolutely opposes any involvement by Hamas in the Palestinian Authority. It considers Hamas a terrorist group and has said it will not deal with a Palestinian government that contains Hamas members.'

Does the BBC consider that Hamas is a terrorist group? Do the BBC agreed with the policies of Hamas?

'Hamas as a whole, or in some cases its military wing, is designated a terrorist group by Israel, the US, EU, UK and other powers.'

Which other powers? Do the BBC disagree with these countries, if so why?

Wednesday, 11 October 2017

Hillary Clinton Gets More Support From Harvey Weinstein And Friends per Deadline

'Hillary Clinton Gets More Big Bucks Support From Harvey Weinstein, JLo & Sarah Jessica Parker.

Something in the neighborhood of $1.8 million was raised at Harvey Weinstein's star-packed fundraiser for Hillary Clinton in New York City Monday night, sources tell Deadline.

The event for 50 or so Clinton supporters at Weinstein's Manhattan home drew some major Hollywood names, including Leonardo DiCaprio,Jennifer Lopez, Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick, Candice Bergen, Bethenny Frankel and designers Vera Wang and Tory Burch.'

More here http://deadline.com/2016/06/hillary-clinton-fundraiser-harvey-weinstein-leonardo-dicaprio-jennifer-lopez-1201776300/ but not on the pro Hillary Clinton BBC.

Tuesday, 10 October 2017

How can any BBC employee say this with a straight face?

'Crucially, as his email to staff acknowledged, it (the BBC) also has to be impartial. That is an intellectual and moral challenge for all journalists - and also a vital one of course. My sense from speaking to him is that, as he says, you're told when you join the BBC that you have to leave your opinions at the door... '

That's from following the  'read more' link on the page relating to the James Harding leaving the BBC next year story.

More here http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-41572764

Impartial? Seriously? How can any BBC employee say this with a straight face?

This would be funny were it not so unbelievable and demonstrably untrue. Beeb Bias Craig has some great old figures, and is now at isthebbcbiased.blogspot.co.uk doing the same.

The BBC has to be impartial, ha f***ing ha!

BBC head of news James Harding to leave per BBC News

The BBC report http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-41572378 that 'James Harding to stand down as director of BBC News at the beginning of 2018'

So who will replace him?

A woman, obviously.
A woman of colour, almost as obviously.
A Labour politician or ex politician, or at least a Labour supporter.

So how about Diane Abbott?

If the BBC ignore the first two criteria above, then how about Alastair Campbell?

Let's be honest, neither of them could push the BBC's news coverage any further to the left. Why pretend to be a source of unbiased news, BBC, just come out as the propaganda arm of the Labour Party that you are.

Jihadi jailed for 10 years for helping 21/7 Tube bombers given top council job after bosses failed to uncover her criminal past - as per The Sun

I hope this isn't really the case but fear that in this political correctness outranks all UK it probably is.

Read the story here https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/4648168/mulumebet-girma-217-tube-bombing-london-southwark-council/ but obviously not on the BBC where the safety of the British public is much less important than virtue signalling.

As I believe I have said before, this country is well and truly fucked.

What the BBC chooses to report and what it chooses not to report

'... peaceful demonstration in London yesterday, which had attracted a crowd in the tens of thousands - some have suggested as many as 70,000.

It was an anti-extremism march organised by a group calling itself the Football Lads Alliance. Shamefullly, there has not been a word about the march from the corporation (or indeed from any other part of the mainstream media). In fact, the Football Lads Alliance is not mentioned on the BBC website at all.

Yet the BBC is quite happy to report a protest by 150 people demanding changes to disability benefits and a protest by "hundreds" about the Grenfell Tower fire. '

That's from the Bishop Hill blog http://www.bishop-hill.net/blog/2017/10/8/media-blackout.html

The BBC is not an impartial news reporting organisation, it's a campaigning left wing site. Since that is the case why should one be criminalised if one refuses to pay to receive their their propaganda?

Sunday, 8 October 2017

Jeremy Hardy - Nice man or one harbouring murderous thoughts?

'If you just took everyone in the BNP and everyone who votes for them and shot them in the back of the head, there would be a brighter future for us all.'

Jeremy Hardy Speaks to the Nation, BBC Radio 4, 13 September 2004

Saturday, 7 October 2017

Michigan State university hysteria

'Officials at Michigan State University investigated and released strongly worded statements earlier this week because a female student claimed to find a noose on the handle of a stairwell door in a residence hall.

Turns out, the alleged "noose" was just a stray shoelace.

The first report of the packaged leather shoelace someone decided was a noose occurred on Wednesday morning, reports the Lansing State Journal.

Police — and, of course, the office of institutional equity — investigated the shoelace after a female student reported it as a noose.

The president of Michigan State University, Lou Anna Simon, rapidly released a statement denouncing nooses and describing the shoelace hanging on a dorm door in Holden Hall as "a racial incident."

"A student reported a noose was hung outside of her room," Simon's statement said. "I want to recognize the courage it took for the student to report this incident."

"This type of behavior is not tolerated on our campus," the taxpayer-funded school president also said. "No Spartan should ever feel targeted based on their race, or other ways in which they identify. A noose is a symbol of intimidation and threat that has a horrendous history in America."

By Wednesday afternoon, campus police managed to locate a shoelace which matched the "noose." The police found it outside the dormitory.'

More here http://dailycaller.com/2017/10/06/the-noose-discovered-in-a-michigan-state-dormitory-was-someones-lost-shoelace/

More hysteria about 'racism' all over university campuses and the mainstream media.

The UK is unique

This comment on biasedbbc.org https://biasedbbc.org/blog/2017/10/06/weekend-open-thread-165/#comments really struck a chord:

'Emmanuel Goldstein on October 6, 2017 at 4:10 pm

I looked up on google for the recipients of the eu money as opposed to those like us who pay in.

Poland gets about £15 billion a year.

Good for them.If Poland were to leave the eu does that mean they would receive £50-£100 billion (for future commitments of course) and that the eu would have to pay them maybe £10 billion a year to be able to trade with them.

Sounds ridiculous but it is perfect logic.

If Catalonia leaves Spain do they have to pay Spain tens of billions and then, depending on if they are receivers or payers to the eu, have to settle up with the eu as well.

How much would it cost Scotland to leave the UK if they vote to leave in their next referendum.

After centuries together…how many billions.

Or are we absolutely unique in that we are expected to give tens of billions to leave the eu and billions more to buy stuff from the eu.'

The sort of questions that will never be given space on the BBC where anti Brexit propaganda is spewed incessantly and without any shame. The BBC ceased to be impartial years ago but its support for the EU has lead it from partiality to campaigning and for that reason, amongst others, I detest it.

Corbyn Gave Tour of Parliament to Anti-Semitic Conspiracy Theorist per Guido Fawkes

Guido Fawkes has more news of Jeremy Corbyn's links with vile anti Semites here https://order-order.com/2017/10/06/corbyn-gave-tour-parliament-anti-semitic-conspiracy-theorist/

'Today it emerges Tapash Abu Shaim received a tour of Parliament given by none other than Jeremy Corbyn. Jez tweeted to Shaim to say it was "a pleasure" showing him and other Palestine Solidarity Campaign members around. Shaim and Jez still follow each other on Twitter. Jez is a patron of PSC; sources tell Guido Shaim is a high-ranking member.'

Not a word about this will appear on the institutionally anti Israel BBC. The Labour Party is now lead by people who's anti Israel obsession leads them to consort with the sort of people who hold views that should disgust right-minded people.

Too many people in the Labour Party have decided that as there are many more Muslim voters than Jewish ones in the UK then it makes sense to pander to the anti Semitic elements of that religion.

That that decision dovetails so neatly with the let's obsessive anti Israel ideology is a plus for them and one that links neatly with the BBC who have been spewing anti Israel lies for years.

Friday, 6 October 2017

Emily Longworth isn't happy - NSFW -WARNING EXPLICIT Language

https://youtu.be/FL6u9zbxrNQ

Emily Longworth is not happy, but she is sweary.

An Aussie woman takes on Hizb ut-Tahrir and wins

https://youtu.be/Hv15Ddu3n3w

Brave woman, good judicial decision.

Trump might 'abandon Iran nuclear deal' per BBC News

Included in this BBC report http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-41520842 is this:

'... President Trump said: "The Iranian regime supports terrorism and exports violence and chaos across the Middle East."'

I note that the BBC don't dispute this claim. It would be hard so to do but acknowledging Iran's exporting of Islamic terrorism would be hard for an organisation with the pro Islam mindset of the BBC.

Thursday, 5 October 2017

Rotherham Council in line to be social work employer of the year per Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council

'Rotherham Council has been shortlisted for the Best Social Work Employer of the Year prize in the acclaimed Social Worker of the Year Awards 2017 as a result of their outstanding work with vulnerable children.'

Not a parody but reality http://www.rotherham.gov.uk/news/article/1326/rotherham_council_in_line_to_be_social_work_employer_of_the_year

Words fail me.

Anti-Semitic Conspiracy Theorist Ran Stall at Labour Conference per Guido Fawkes

'A Labour member who shared anti-Semitic conspiracy theories blaming Israel for 9/11, ISIS and the Charlie Hebdo attack was allowed to host an exhibition stall inside the party's conference last month, Guido can reveal.

Tapash Abu Shaim was seen manning the Palestine Solidarity Campaign desk inside the conference centre secure zone. Shaim was given a pass despite his social media activities being reported to the party in August and concerns being raised last year over his attendance at Labour conference 2016.

Shaim's promotion of anti-Semitic conspiracies on social media has been well documented. In the wake of the January 2015 Paris terror attack he posted: "US politician Jack Lindblad claims Charlie Hebdo killings were 'by US and Mossad' to keep Israel's Netanyahu in power".

In another post he labelled terror group Daesh "ISIS = International Solidarity for Israeli Sentiment". He shared yet another which read: "confirmed ISIS is a Mossad united state of IsraHELL creation".'

There's more here at Guido Fawkes
https://order-order.com/2017/10/05/anti-semitic-conspiracy-theorist-ran-stall-labour-conference/ but obviously not on the institutionally anti Israel BBC who are also the propaganda arm of the Labour Party. There's more Muslim votes than Jewish votes so anti Semitisn has quite a hold amongst the left wing that now control the Labour Party.

You know those signs that forbid smoking whilst using a petrol pump?


You know those signs that forbid smoking whilst using a petrol pump? Surely nobody would be so reckless as to smoke whilst filling up with petrol/diesel/gas?

Apparently not...





I doubt that this individual will do that again!

Egyptian Government Crackdown on Homosexuals Spreads with More Anal Examinations per Breitbart

' "Debauchery" and "inciting debauchery" are the accusations generally directed by officialdom towards Egyptians perceived as gay.

"In a matter of days the Egyptian security forces have rounded up dozens of people and carried out five anal examinations," Najia Bounaim, North Africa campaigns director at Amnesty International, said in a statement on Monday.

These developments signal "a sharp escalation in the authorities' efforts to persecute and intimidate members of the LGBTI community following the rainbow flag incident", said Bounaim.'

More here http://www.breitbart.com/jerusalem/2017/10/04/egyptian-government-crackdown-homosexuals-spreads-anal-examinations/ but obviously not on the BBC or the LGBTQRPSDFGHJKL activist sites where demonising Israel is de rigeur but criticising an Islamic country is verboten.

Wednesday, 4 October 2017

Sydney and Melbourne could face 50C days 'within decades' per BBC News

The key word in this BBC report http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-australia-41493682 being 'could'.

The word 'could' appears many times and that's the key point. Many things 'could' happen, especially if they rely on the same flawed data as other scientific research.

Tuesday, 3 October 2017

Bomb found near Paris St Germain football ground per Daily Mail Online


'An Islamist terrorist bomb plot was foiled in Paris on Saturday after an improvised explosive device was found near Paris Saint-Germain football club.

The device, consisting of four gas cylinders covered in petrol, were found in the upmarket 16th arrondissement near the Parc des Princes stadium, just hours before PSG were playing a league game.

Five men have been arrested, including a known Islamist extremist who was meant to be under surveillance.'

More here http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4943596/Bomb-Paris-St-Germain-football-ground.html but not on the BBC where anti President Donald Trump, Theresa May and Boris Johnson propaganda takes precedence.

Lefty hypocrisy?

'I told the hard left that I earned £140K a year. They attacked me as being one of the few.

I told them that I was privately educated. They attacked me as being one of the few.

I told them I spent my childhood in a seven bedroom house.They attacked me as being one of the few.

I told them that my pension pot was worth considerable more than £1M.They attacked me as being one of the few.

I told them that my name was Jeremy Corbyn and the hard left said that they would vote for me.'

Thanks to MarkyMark on October 2, 2017 at 2:52 pmMarcher Lord‏ @MarcherLord1 – Sep 28 on https://biasedbbc.org/blog/2017/10/02/start-the-week-open-thread-144/#comments

Britain's second-ever blind judge 'had no idea of the law' per Daily Mail

The Mail reports http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4939586/Britain-s-second-blind-judge-no-idea-law.html

'The country's second blind person to reach a judicial post wholly failed 'to meet the standards that are demanded by the office of a judge', according to a panel's ruling. 

The three-strong bench of senior judges ruled 'shambolic' 64-year-old immigrationjudge Amir Ali Majid had 'very little idea of either his own (limited) powers or the content of the law that is in issue'.

Their ruling was the result of appeals relating to 13 cases heard recently by Judge Majid.

Judges from the immigration and asylum chamber's upper tribunal allowed 12 appeals against the judge.'

You'll not find anything about this on the BBC. Presumably because at the BBC they are celebrating the diversity of having a blind Muslim judge, so much better than another stale white male judge. So he got a few decisions wrong (according to presumably white senior judges) that's a very small price to pay for diversity, isn't it?

Sunday, 1 October 2017

Five injured in Canada 'terror' incidents per BBC News

Read this BBC report http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-41459237 and you'll be shocked to learn:

'Canadian police have confirmed they are investigating possible acts of terrorism after multiple incidents in Edmonton, Alberta, on Saturday night.

...

Police said an Islamic State (IS) group flag was found in one of the vehicles.'

Marseille: Fatal knife attack at train station per BBC News

The BBC report http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-41461107 on yet another knife attack, this time in Marseille. I'm sure that you won't be surprised by the last line of the BBC report...

'Two people have died in a knife attack at Marseille's St Charles train station, according to media reports.

...

An unnamed official told France's Le Monde newspaper that the assailant had cried "Allahu akbar".'

Quelle surprise...

"Katie Hopkins: Labour - Free stuff for the many, paid for by the responsible few"

https://youtu.be/zjnSbIhJmJ0

I'm not a fan of Katie Hopkins but regarding the Labour Party, the magic money tree and the way the Labour Party under Jeremy Corbyn excluded Brexit from being debated at the party conference, she's on the money.

Saturday, 30 September 2017

"Clinton campaign chief thanked Facebook for ‘help & support’ – WikiLeaks"

John Podesta to the COO of Facebook pre the 2016 US Presidential Election;

'Wishing you a happy New Year. 2015 was challenging, but we ended in a good place thanks to your help and support. Look forward to working with you to elect the first woman President of the United States.'

Unbiased media? Not according to WikiLeaks as reported by RT here
https://youtu.be/CUzfdEBqwsA

Do you still trust Facebook to give you unbiased information and not to highlight certain posts over others?

Facebook is as much fake news as CNN, the BBC and most of the mainstream media.

'The referendum on Thursday, 23 June is your chance to decide if we should remain in or leave the European Union... This is your decision. The government will implement what you decide.'

'The referendum on Thursday, 23 June is your chance to decide if we should remain in or leave the European Union.

The government believes it is in the best interests of the UK to remain in the EU.

This is the way to protect jobs, provide security, and strengthen the UK's economy for every family in this country – a clear path into the future, in contrast to the uncertainty of leaving.

This is your decision. The government will implement what you decide.'

Clear enough Remoaners? Obviously not for the BBC and the other EU fanatics. The government promised to implement what the British public decided, a majority voted for Brexit, 'end of'... If a majority had voted Remain would the BBC be giving pro Brexit supporters airtime?

Quote directly taken from the UK government's Brexit publication sent to every UK household, as still available here - https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/why-the-government-believes-that-voting-to-remain-in-the-european-union-is-the-best-decision-for-the-uk/why-the-government-believes-that-voting-to-remain-in-the-european-union-is-the-best-decision-for-the-uk

BBC response to Jimmy Savile's crimes criticised by Justin Welby per BBC News

This BBC report http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-41449299 is rather protective of the BBC record re Jimmy Savile's crimes. The report starts thus:

'The Archbishop of Canterbury has criticised the way the BBC handled sexual abuse by Jimmy Savile.

The Most Rev Justin Welby said the BBC had not shown the same integrity over accusations of child abuse that the Catholic and Anglican churches had.

He was reflecting on changes to society over the past 60 years, in an interview for BBC Radio 4's Today programme.

The BBC said it did not recognise the accusation, and had acted transparently over Savile.'

Transparently? This Guardian report https://www.theguardian.com/media/2015/jul/29/bbc-savile-expose-newsnight-meirion-jones  suggests otherwise:

' BBC journalists will be afraid of speaking out about the next big BBC scandal after seeing how those who tried to expose Jimmy Savile were forced out, according to the former head of investigations at Newsnight.

Merion Jones said the way he and other journalists who complained about the way the BBC handled the scandal were pressured to leave.

He said: "We were told at the time that you won't be sacked, but over a year or two years you'll realise you are being treated as an outsider, that you will never be trusted because you blew the whistle, and you will find yourself leaving," he said.

"I didn't believe that, but I started watching what was going around me."

I think journalists will be afraid of speaking out. This isn't ancient history, I left in February. It looks like no lessons have been learnt."

Jones earlier told Press Gazette that those who tried to expose the handling of the case were seen as "traitors" while executives who tried to suppress the scandal had continued their careers unhindered.

"Everyone involved on the right side of the Savile argument has been forced out of the BBC," he said."There is still sadly a small group of people at the BBC who think that the only problem with Savile was that it was exposed and if it had stayed hushed up, everything would be fine."

Jones's investigation into Savile was pulled by the then Newsnight editor Peter Rippon in December 2011, just weeks before a tribute to the presenter – who is thought to have abused hundreds of children over decades – was broadcast.

Jones said he was told by an employment lawyer that if he sued the BBC, he would win and there would be "no cap on it because it will be a whistleblower case", but the corporation would fight the case for at least a year before settling.

Instead, Jones said he decided to take voluntary redundancy.

Among those who Jones says were also targeted by bosses over Savile included his colleague on the the investigation, Liz Mackean, who left after 23 years with the corporation in April 2014 and now works on Channel 4's Dispatches.

Mackean told Press Gazette: "I didn't feel encouraged to stay. I felt I would do better to work outside the BBC."

Jones and Mackean gave evidence to the Pollard inquiry, which found that "rigid management chains" meant the BBC proved "completely incapable"of handling the Savile case. However, it decided Rippon's decision to pull the Newsnight investigation was "done in good faith" without undue pressure from senior management.

Jones says he and Mackean were told they "would never work for the BBC again" if they co-operated with a Panorama investigation into the scandal called What the BBC Knew. "Lots of efforts were made to block that Panorama," he added.

He says the editor behind the programme, Tom Giles, and the executive put in charge of Savile coverage, Peter Horrocks, who forced it through, were also subsequently squeezed out.

Giles was shifted to a strategy role in May last year and left to become head of ITV current affairs a year later. Horrocks left the BBC earlier this year to become vice-chancellor of the Open University.

Jones also said the way the BBC treated one of Savile's original accusers, Karin Ward, when she was sued by Freddie Starr over comments she made on BBC and ITV, showed how the corporation was prepared to leave whistleblowers out to dry. Ward did not receive any legal support from the BBC until the eve of her trial, which she eventually won."It's an extraordinary thing for the BBC not to support a whistleblower who had appeared on a BBC programme," said Jones. "That's unprecedented as far as I know.""If I was a whistleblower, I would not go to the BBC now unless they announce a big change in their policy."

A BBC spokesman said: "Meirion Jones has made his views known before and we have always been clear that nobody was forced out of the BBC for exposing the Savile scandal."

The Pollard report concluded, following a detailed investigation, that the decision to drop the initial investigation into Jimmy Savile was taken in good faith and not for any improper reason."The publication of the independent investigation into sexual abuse at the BBC overseen by Dame Janet Smith was indefinitely delayed in May after police said it could prejudice ongoing investigations.'

Does that sound transparent to you? Do you believe the BBC?