Culture Sec ‘Mad Nad’ Dorries says BBC is riddled with nepotism. So is she…

Last Updated: October 5, 2021By Tags: , , , , , , , , , , ,

Mad Nad: she had a swipe at people with learning difficulties a while ago. Considering this latest faux pas, it seems she hasn’t learned her lesson yet. [Image: The Prole Star.]

Bumblewitted mophead Boris Johnson really doesn’t know how to pick ’em.

His choice of Culture Secretary has been set the task of talking down the BBC, turning our minds against it.

Here’s her attack line:

Nadine Dorries has labelled the BBC an institution riven by bias and staffed by people “whose mum and dad worked there”.

“We’re having a discussion about how the BBC can become more representative of the people who pay the licence fee, and how it can be more accessible to people from all backgrounds, not just people whose mum and dad worked there.”

What a hypocrite:

If the BBC really is chock-full of dynasties – the Dimblebys leap to mind straight away – then it certainly should change.

But by having Dorries say it, Johnson has merely drawn attention to the fact that the Conservative government is definitely riddled with nepotism.

Before attacking the BBC, the government should clean up its own act. Right?

Source: BBC staffed by people ‘whose mum and dad worked there’, says Nadine Dorries | Nadine Dorries | The Guardian

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  1. Stu October 5, 2021 at 10:55 pm - Reply

    Despite the token criticism hoping to appear to put the BBC in it’s place the Government has total control over the BBC.
    Look at the ban on “Have your say” on Political posts this week on the BBC website, for fear that some of the usual “Gammons” may actually speak the truth – Free Press my a*se !

  2. wildthing666 October 6, 2021 at 3:13 am - Reply

    Just as long as she gets rid of the licence I don’t care how much she spends or who she employs. Once the licence is no more then she has done her job.

  3. Jeffrey Davies October 6, 2021 at 7:37 am - Reply

    Yet the BBC has done a brilliant job of
    Helping these devils keep power
    While saying those who pay hmm get
    No real news only Tory news

  4. Julia October 6, 2021 at 1:06 pm - Reply

    The ‘Culture’ Secretary Dorries – who absented herself from parliamentary work to appear on some dire t.v. reality show where she ate (and I am assured this is true) an ostrich anus. You couldn’t bloody write it could you.

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