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BBC in the news, Wednesday

Host Host | 09:29 UK time, Wednesday, 20 June 2007

Daily Telegraph: "The BBC was accused last night of risking the safety of British forces in Iraq after trawling for information on troop movements in the war-torn country." (link)

The Guardian: John Lloyd writes that, in order for the BBC to lose its reputation for bias, it needs to accept more than two sides to every argument. (link)

Metro: "A worldwide vigil is to be held for kidnapped Gaza correspondent Alan Johnston on the 100th day of his captivity." (link)

Daily Mail: Reports that presenter Nick Ross is to leave Crimewatch, criticising the corporation of having an obsession with younger presenters. (link)


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