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Tuesday, October 24, 2006

BBC bosses admit Christian bias

The BBC is institutionally biased against Christianity, the Corporation’s bosses have admitted.

A leaked BBC report reveals details of a candid 'impartiality summit' called by chairman, Michael Grade. The summit was attended by leading figures within the BBC.

According to the leaked report, BBC producers would happily broadcast footage of the Bible being thrown away but not the Koran.

One of the BBC's most senior journalists, Andrew Marr, is reported to have said there is an "abnormally large" number of "gay people" in the Corporation. He also said the BBC has a "culturally liberal bias."

All this will come as no surprise to many who have become increasingly concerned at the BBC's prejudice against Christianity.

The issue came to a head last year when the BBC rejected over 60,000 complaints about its decision to broadcast Jerry Springer the Opera, a show which portrayed Jesus Christ as a foul-mouthed sexual deviant.

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