Wednesday, 27 September 2017

If The BBC Is Impartial, Then How Come Their Political Editor Is A Speaker At The Tory Party Conference?

Yup, Laura Kuenssberg's at it again. Her impartiality is an utter joke as it's revealed she's been invited as a guest speaker at a fringe event at the Tory conference.

Words fail me. They literally do; because I've lost count of the number of times I've complained to the BBC about her obvious, clear bias for the government and been told she's no case to answer.

If she is to speak at conference, then how is this acceptable for a supposedly impartial public funded broadcaster and a bastion of free speech?

We need Dennis Skinner to take them to task.

Whilst we're on the subject of conferences, can someone explain to me why, when Andy Burnham specifically pointed out in his complaint that the Labour conference was too London-centric that it wasn't 'a criticism of Jeremy' and that this same issue has been at play under Miliband, Brown and Blair, have the BBC ran with Burnham criticises Corbyn over London-centric Labour?

Mind you, I'm not altogether sure what he's on about. Because the North has been ably represented by Angela Raynor (Ashton-Under-Lyne) and Rebecca Long Bailey (Salford) in speeches at conference. Is Burnham's beef really that a Northern male voice isn't being heard, specifically his own? Can he not recognise a northern accent when it comes from a woman's mouth?


  1. It's since come to light that the conference invited LK to speak, but she has declined the invitation.

  2. are you ok? -asking for a friend

    1. Pull the other one, you don't have any friends!