Major New Complaint Submitted To BBC Over Climate Bias

Posted: April 27, 2016 by oldbrew in bbcbias, climate, propaganda

When it comes to climate matters the BBC’s claims of impartiality crumble to dust.


By Paul Homewood

A major new and serious complaint has been sent to the Director General of the BBC, regarding the Corporation’s persistent bias in reporting of climate change issues. The complaint is a massive 163 pages long, and is a joint submission from ten complainants. In addition, there are several technical annexes, totalling 125 pages.

Below is the letter sent to the DG:


22nd April 2016

The Director General
180 Great Portland Street

W1W 5QZ.

Dear Director General,

Complaint of BBC prejudice in covering of climate change and warning of potential judicial review

We enclose a complaint from all of us about persistent partiality in the BBC’s coverage of climate change. From the outset, on the climate question the BBC has tended to reflect only one view – that of the climate science establishment who are promoting a view that man is causing significant global…

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  1. oldbrew says:

    One of the signatories is Piers Corbyn, the brother of the leader of the Labour party.

    Could be a hot potato for the BBC.

    Attenbore gets a hammering too: ‘Chapter 8 sets out David Attenborough’s serial errors about the climate over a decade’

  2. Joe Public says:

    Maybe it’s working.

    Today, BBC reports “Venezuela introduces two-day week to deal with energy crisis”

    “Electricity Minister Luis Motta looks at the massive Guri Dam, virtually dry because of the drought”

    “Venezuela is facing a major drought, which has dramatically reduced water levels at its main hydroelectric dam.”

    “Several countries in the region have been affected by the drought, caused by El Nino. But Venezuela has the highest domestic consumption of energy.”

    Three times, subbie forgets to blame climate change!

  3. bit chilly says:

    best of luck to them. will be surprised if they get any meaningful response much beyond “but the science says” as per my last complaint.

  4. ren says:

    Tallbloke get ready for snow.

  5. hunter says:

    Best wishes. The BBC leadership is part of the oligarchy and will not change simply to honor its charter nor for ethical considerations.