Isn't the BBC in the public sector too?
Wednesday, June 29, 2011
BBC News - Warning of public sector strike threat to UK travel.
I am looking forward to Thursday. Since the strikers won't be paid, the unions will deliver the first real reduction in public spending since this farce of a government was cobbled together. Thank you, brothers. The only thing that could possibly improve my day would be for the agitprop merchants at the BBC to remember that they are public sector workers too.
The new and old and same BBC all are equal.
Blair Brown Cameron
British Broadcasting Corporation
Bullshit Bullying Clueless
Sums them up well I thought.
Posted by: Peter Whale | Thursday, June 30, 2011 at 10:48 AM
The critical failure of this government for me, is the constant rolling surrender in the face of BBC editorial opposition. If the BBC thought for one minute they could assist the unions by striking they would, watch them down tools during the next tory party conference.
It will ever be thus until people have the option not to pay for their own indoctrination.
Posted by: Diogenes | Wednesday, June 29, 2011 at 02:29 PM
The first thing occurred to me also. The government should be thanking them for their selflessness, and use the opportunity to study how many of them are actually needed.
As for the BBC, agreed.
Posted by: Trooper Thompson | Wednesday, June 29, 2011 at 01:47 PM