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on 23 July 2008
As an Ulster Protestant I can say that the BBC is clearly biased against the Unionist community in Northern Ireland. Thus Robin Aitken's chapter "The Despised Tribes" struck a deep chord.

I can give a brief recent example: this years Orange Twelfth of July parades were the most peaceful, family friendly and cross-community in years. However on the 11th night small groups of Roman Catholic rioters were involved in minor scuffles with the police. The national BBC coverage reported this as trouble at the Protestant Orange parades and showed footage of vicious rioting from three years ago!

The chapter on Europe is also damning in the blatant favour shown by the BBC to both the Labour party and the "Europhiles".

An important book about a revered British institution that needs to sort it's act out.
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