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Patrick Howse

The BBC Has an Institutional Culture of Brexit Self-Censorship

, 11 October 2021
Former BBC producer Patrick Howse explores why the broadcaster is unwilling to speak truth to power over Brexit

A ‘Disturbing’ Appointment: BBC Continues to Appease Its Enemies as Sir Robbie Gibb is Welcomed to the Board

, 30 April 2021
The appointment of a Brexiter member of the Conservative Party who has slammed the Corporation for its ‘woke-dominated group think’ is another worrying sign of its capture, says former BBC producer Patrick Howse

‘It’s Coming from the Top’: Concerns Inside BBC of Fear of Casting Boris Johnson in a Bad Light

, 31 March 2021
Former BBC reporter Patrick Howse speaks to those inside the corporation after Byline Times asked the BBC about its lack of coverage of Jennifer Arcuri’s new revelations of a four-year sexual affair with the now Prime Minister
Prime Minister Boris Johnson prepares to appear on the BBC's Andrew Marr show at Media City in Salford before opening the Conservative party annual conference at the Manchester Convention Centre.

Huw Edwards, His Flag and How the BBC’s Appeasement of its Enemies Backfired

, 22 March 2021
The corporation’s biggest mistake was to court and give a platform to extreme voices, says former BBC journalist Patrick Howse

False Equivalence is Killing the BBC – and It’s Killing Us, Too

, 13 January 2021
As the national broadcaster continues to provide a platform for Coronavirus fringe science, Patrick Howse explores how its airing of opinions not evidence, and prioritisation of political – rather than health – reporters could be lethal during the COVID-19 crisis

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