British MPs have accused the BBC in a distorted light BrexitUncategorized March 21, 2017
KIEV. March 21. UNN. A group of 72 deputies of the British Parliament have accused the Corporation BBC in excessive pessimism and distortion of information in light of Brexit. It is reported by UNN with reference to BBC.
In a letter sent to the Director of the Corporation, the MPs said that the BBC distorts the image of the British, which voted for secession from the European Union, focusing on those who regrets about her decision.
“If politicians and the public will not view the Corporation as an impartial player, the future of the BBC will be questioned,” reads the letter.
Deputies noted that the inability of the force to cross through “prereferendum pessimism” and to recognize new facts distorts the coverage of Brexit. The authors claim that many of the Britons who voted for withdrawal from the EU believe that their views are misrepresented by journalists. Thus, the parliamentarians, the Corporation is not well fulfilling obligations to the “52% who voted for withdrawal from the EU and want to make this decision successful”.
Such actions would seriously affect public opinion and the attitude of Britain abroad, according to the Parliament and urge the Corporation to eliminate the error.
The initiator of the appeal became conservative Julian knight, a former BBC journalist, who was in favour of retaining EU membership. According to him, opposition to Brexit does not prevent him from being dissatisfied with the style of lighting problems employees of the Corporation.
In response to criticism that the Corporation has issued a statement, which notes that “the work force is to study and analyze problems in the public interest and to invoke the responsibility of politicians across the political spectrum”.
“This is what the BBC. This is something that the BBC will continue to do. It is through this that the society trusts the air force,” said the Corporation.
As reported UNN, Prime Minister Theresa may on March 29 will officially inform the European Union about the beginning of exit procedure of the United Kingdom from the EU in accordance with article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty.