It seems everybody who isn’t a Tory is fed up with what they see as blatant bias on the part of BBC political editor Laura Kuenssberg.

Having been a part of the recent elections, This Writer hasn’t see much of the TV coverage so it would be improper to comment.

For those of you who have, here’s the text of a 38 Degrees petition that was started in January but is receiving more attention now.

If you think it is correct, why not click the link and sign it yourself?

According the the BBC Charter, the BBC and its representatives MUST remain neutral in it’s approach. Laura Kuenssberg has completely violated that directive so can no longer function as a representative of the BBC. She must be sacked. http://www.bbc.co.uk/editorialguid…/guidelines/impartiality/

Why is this important?

On 6th Jan 2016 on BBC News at 10 Laura Kuenssberg, the BBC’s political editor, with a range of other pressing political issues on offer, engaged in a focussed tirade against the Labour Party and Jeremy Corbyn.
The impartiality of the BBC is integral to it’s existence and is one of the core directives in the BBC charter. As a representative of the BBC, and a high profile one at that, Laura Kuenssberg failed in one of the key tenets of the BBC’s Royal Charter.
Both Laura Kuenssberg and the BBC must be held to account on this.

Source: Sack Laura Kuenssberg. | Campaigns by You

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