By Paul Homewood
h/t Joe Public
One more example of BBC bias:
This was the broadcast:
It is hardly surprising that the contributors were firmly anti-fossil fuels:
James Murray – Editor Business Green magazine
His job is to promote the green agenda and lobby for the renewable industry. That’s what he is paid to do.
Interestingly, Murray’s own profile states that he often reports for the BBC:
James is one of the UK’s leading commentators on the low carbon economy. He writes occasionally for the Guardian newspaper and has also reported for BBC Radio on a number of green technology stories.
So this is not a one off occurrence.
Emma Pinchbeck – Chief Executive of Energy UK
Energy UK is totally committed to the Net Zero agenda, as its latest Annual Report makes clear:
As for Emma Pinchbeck, who previously was deputy CEO for the lobby group Renewable UK, she announced on taking up her new job at Energy UK:
And her biography notes that she has long been an active campaigner for decarbonisation:
Michael’s own website tells us all we need to know!
The idea that any of these three would be impartial, never mind pro-fossil fuel, is ridiculous. The BBC knew this full well, that is why they purposely invited them on the show in the first place.
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JUNE 18, 2022