December 07, 2006

Believe it when I see it...

via AHHHH HELLP!!!!!

Peter Horrocks, the "news" director of the BBC, has just proclaimed that

'The days of middle-of-the-road, balancing Left and Right, impartiality are dead. I believe we need to consider adopting what I like to think of as a much wider "radical impartiality" — the need to hear the widest range of views — all sides of the story.


The wearing of the niqab has been hotly debated A veiled Muslim woman will deliver this year's alternative Christmas speech on Channel 4, the broadcaster has said. Khadija, a Zimbabwean-born British citizen who has been wearing the full veil - or niqab - for 10 years, has been given the slot. The message will reflect a year in which the wearing of religious clothing and symbols have "dominated the news agenda", said a Channel 4 spokesman.

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