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youngmafbog | 22:45 Tue 10th May 2011 | News
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So we see the BBC publicicing gallows running for Murdoch to me this demand like political statemnent.l as we pay for the BBC is this right?

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Run that by me again.
I have no idea.
imprartial BBC?
So we see the BBC publicicing gallows running for Murdoch to me this demand like political statemnent.l as we pay for the BBC is this right?
Sorry?????
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Hey and what do we see with gallows ... a Muslim what a joke the BBC are
Erm..?
Ehhhhhhhh
Publicising.
Gallows? The kind they hang people with?
sorry young...you've lost me....
Most gallow's swinging is from the left then to the right so impartial.
You having a tipple young?
publicicing - is this about cakes?
Lol at lady
She's icing her what???
Was just going to do that too classy. Bibblebub a gallow's rope swings backwards and forwards too.
it's quite Foucault, don't ya think chrissa1?
"See You In Court", BBC1, 10:35 PM

Legal documentary. Cameras follow former MP George Galloway as he takes on the News Of The World over phone hacking claims, and model Danielle Lloyd battles Carphone Warehouse ...
I think I can help here...

There's a programme on BBC1 at the moment called 'See You In Court'. It features two stories...one about Daniella Lloyd suing the Carphone Wharehouse, and the other is about George Galloway suiing News International because of a journalist/private investigator hacking into his phone.

Doesn't really prove bias on the BBC's part - the phone hacking story is still huge and this is just one story in a number of different cases covered by this series.
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