Today in London Disability Rights Protesters brough much of central London to a standstill.
Wheelchair users chain themselves together in latest in a series of direct action protests against welfare cuts
The BBC is stuffed full of spineless overpaid presenters who are more interested in their dress sense and the sound of their own voices than in providing Public Service News Broadcasting but the real fault lies with the following bunch of placemen.
Lord Patten, Chairman – whose BBC biography fails to mention his time as a Tory Minister in the Thatcher Government.
Richard Ayre, Trustee - for the past ten years has been the Law Society’s freedom of information adjudicator. (I’m not sure if that’s a joke)
Mark Thompson - Director General salary £671,000; integrity zero.
Helen Boaden Director of BBC News responsible for removing any sign of anti government protest from the entire network and favourite to be next Director General
George Entwistle Director of BBC Vision – responsible for turning serious news programmes such as Panorama into self-parodies.
Caroline Thomson – Chief Operating Officer – responsible for Editorial Policy (ie Number 10 has her on speed dial.)
And then below that lot of middle class arse-lickers kowtowing to their Tory masters we have the political staff:
A F Neil – The Murdoch Man
Nick Robinson – the Tory Political Editor
and a whole host of New Labour right wingers.
How did this host of highly paid broadcasters manage to report the protests that closed down part of central London for several hours?
BBC London Web Site
BBC Politics page – PMQ Bingo but is there any reporting of the protests?
and the Main News site?