A petition to save the BBC’s Victoria Derbyshire show is approaching 20,000 signatures.
The programme’s presenter tweeted that the first she had heard of the BBC’s decision to cancel her award-winning programme was when she read about it in the Times newspaper:
The programme, though flawed, stood out a mile from the BBC’s usual output, because it featured more frequent – and more honest – exposure of Tory attitudes and actions.
The Conservatives have already threatened to boycott BBC programming for daring to criticise them, but moments like those below – including the exposure of the arrogance of Boris Johnson’s father – surely have nothing to do with the BBC’s decision to cancel the show:
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