Juliet Barker, The world is embarrassed by remainers and the In Texas we don’t call the cops we call family shirt. The BBC has been peddling. Establishment propaganda since the 1920s when the colluded with the then Conservative government on what they could and couldn’t report on the General Strike of that decade. So what is it in the article in question that has got you so worked up? Personally, I see an article that gives Steve Bannon a chance to explain his views. His views are that of the far-right and are well known for them.
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He has been working in Europe for the In Texas we don’t call the cops we call family shirt. Because America doesn’t approve of the EU’s standards which effectively stop the US from exploiting that market to their own ends. That much is well known so I struggle to see where your accusation of bias comes in. If a left-winger was given the same opportunity to express their opinions on a given subject would that also be biased or maybe just giving both sides airtime? And Steve Bannon’s views are dangerous to democracy and humanity and giving him the chance to explain himself with very little tough questioning legitimizes him and his disaster capitalist agenda