How many times have images of the above trans women headlined and dominated BBC Scotland’s daily output?
Today, out of eleven reports, four items concern trans offenders, one is about a non-trans rapist and two more concern murder.
The leading story for some days now is: Nicola Sturgeon’s gender conundrum: Is Isla Bryson a man or a woman? Really? Is this ‘the news’ from a public service broadcaster with a duty to inform? Not even close.
Here is something important that they, of course, don’t like the look of and seem unlikely to cover:
The @scotgov‘s income tax and benefit policies really are a significant departure from policy in rUK – especially for families with kids. Families with children in bottom 30% of income distribution gain over £2000 a year on average. Those in top 10% lose over £4000, on average. The biggest beneficiaries of increases in benefits have been low income families with children: over £2,000 per year, on average. The Scottish child payment boosts the after-housing-costs income of a typical lone parent with 2 young children by 19%. [4/5]https://twitter.com/fiscalphillips/status/1623591555457073152
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The income/benefits report is covered here John https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-64587011 with the usual caveats re longer term affordability, the rich upping sticks etc but reasonably balanced I though. Not displayed prominently though and I don’t think it was covered in the any TV news bulletins
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BBC Scotland reporting should be treated with the same contempt/laughter as GB News and other Beano-like TV channels .
( with apologies to The Beano which actually has more serious coverage of major news topics than the above TV stations ).
Interesting to see the BBC Politics show at lunchtime today following on with the “Trans / Prisoner” theme, when they did their round-up of news from the Colonies. James Cook supplying the words from Edinburgh on how controversial this was and that really nothing else had happened.
Apart of course, from his take on the potential cross-border troubles for the glass / can return scheme and how this would put Scotland and England on different paths – you can see that this is meat for the BBC in London and they will run with this and Andrew will get back on National telly again.
Funnily enough, when they went to Cardiff for their contribution they did not dare mention that Wales is considering much the same Trans legislation as Scotland.
Jings that would mean England was the odd one out and that is not on the BBC Agenda at all!
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BBC SHOULD BE RIDICULED AT EVERY OPPORTUNITY BY ALL SCOTS
YOU HAVE ANY WISH TO ADVANCE SCOTLANDS FUTURE
THEY ARE CERTAINLY THE MOST BIASED AND SOCIALLY CORRUPT