BBC-NI Found in Breach of BBC Editorial Standards

The BBC in Northern Ireland have long acted as a PR machine for the Department of Health in their COVID-19 messaging. That messaging has mostly been little more than scaremongering and coercive in nature. In this report we look at how the BBC-NI helped propagate lies from a Doctor without verifying the doctor’s claims or attaching a disclaimer to their broadcasts. After abandoning our complaints we were forced to circumvent them and go directly to the ECU who ruled in our favour.

BBC Caught in an ‘Ass-Covering’ Exercise

The BBC’s Marie-Louise Connolly called for “young ones” in the 0-19 age group to be vaccinated. When challenged the BBC responded by saying that by “young ones” she meant those under 59. When challenged again the BBC concluded she meant teenagers only. In this example, we show how far the BBC will go to cover up for its won journalist’s disasters.

Nobody Does Disinformation Better Than The BBC’s ‘anti-disinformation’ Unit

The BBC Disinformation team claims to exist in order to weed out disinformation campaigns to expose them. Instead, what this team have become is not a disinformation team seeking out conspiracy theories but a team pushing disinformation.

A Deeper Look at Northern Ireland’s non-COVID Excess Death Problem – by Alan Chestnutt

Northern Ireland is experiencing a serious issue of non-COVID excess deaths that neither the Department of Health or its media wishes to investigate. Therefore, Alan Chestnutt decides that he’ll do their job for them.