For years, many have either avoided or switched off BBC programmes like Question Time or BBC Politics because they are loaded with establishment and corporate stooges that engage in discourse that is parochial and loaded against ordinary people. It is one of the key reasons why independent media is now flourishing. The BBC and the rest of the corporate legacy media refuse to engage with the population at large and just talk down to or at them.

Now the MP Rupa Huq is making a stand and seeking answers from the Director General as to why so many unelected corporate stooges are given a slot and the public in general is ignored and patronised. Perhaps Tim Davie will be honest, but we should not hold our collective breath.

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