Sky News mentions huge WASPI reception for Corbyn in Derbyshire – but BBC leaves it out
The BBC has again abandoned its legal obligations to impartially report on the general election campaign.
As Jeremy Corbyn arrived to speak to ‘WASPI’ women – the 1950s-born women robbed by the government of years of their pension entitlement – about Labour’s plan to right the ‘historic injustice’ inflicted on them, the gathered women broke into a spontaneous rendition of the famous pro-Corbyn chant ‘Oh Jeremy Corbyn’.
Yet even though BBC News was unable to find a single woman to comment negatively about Labour’s pledge – or Labour’s ability to deliver it – Corbyn’s reception was omitted from the coverage:
The BBC’s bias by omission still failed to hide the massive approval for Corbyn’s plan – and the women’s comments made clear that only Labour is helping them and only Corbyn can be trusted to keep his promise.
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