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BBC in the news, Tuesday

Host Host | 10:04 UK time, Tuesday, 14 November 2006

The Guardian: "BBC management is preparing contingency plans to keep news bulletins and live coverage of the state opening of parliament on air, as technical staff begin a 24-hour strike at 10pm this evening." (link)

The Telegraph: Reports on the Archbishop of York's criticism of the BBC, which was first reported yesterday. (link)

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Why should the statement of Bishop (Dr) Sentemu surprise the BBC? When there are even some comments posted hereon that are censored? Perhaps not this blog but there is a blog owner working for the BBC who thinks he is a tsar. He can ignore British values and heriatege but celebrate those of others.The truth I think is that, for the BBC, the fear of Islam is the beginning of wisdom. The Bishop of York was right and Britain or the wider Wertern Europe needs such courageous men of God.

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