It is obvious the BBC is under some sort of mandate and for some reason continues to make excuses for its one-sided bias. I happened to have the radio on one night last week and was listening to an interview between someone(perhaps a representative of the organization mentioned in the attached article) and a BBC commentator. When the BBC commentator was cornered in the conversation to tell just why and by whom the directives were coming from for the BBC to denying access to the plea for aid - they quickly cut off the conversation.
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