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#566726
Just when you think Yaxley-Lennon couldn’t be a bigger bellend he pulls something like this
A sexual abuse charity received "hundreds of abusive calls" after ex-English Defence League leader Tommy Robinson criticised it on Facebook.
The Facebook post, referring to a Rape Crisis poster promoting a helpline for ethnic minority victims, said: "I guess it's ok to rape white women then?"
The charity said its switchboard, based in High Wycombe, was inundated with "harassing" phone calls.
https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-england-bed ... s-47260020
#567501
I see Yaxley-Lennon gathered a few thousand other gobshites (Gerard Batten included) outside the BBC in Salford yesterday to protest against Panorama planning a show investigating some of his associations and goings on. Yep, the programme still hasn't even been completed let alone broadcast.

These are the same wankers that go on all the time about "leftys" being snowflakes that can't handle any opinion or view other than their on without causing a scene...
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#567510
spoonman wrote:
Sun Feb 24, 2019 11:32 am
I see Yaxley-Lennon gathered a few thousand other gobshites (Gerard Batten included) outside the BBC in Salford yesterday to protest against Panorama planning a show investigating some of his associations and goings on. Yep, the programme still hasn't even been completed let alone broadcast.

These are the same wankers that go on all the time about "leftys" being snowflakes that can't handle any opinion or view other than their on without causing a scene...
How many more of these before the police release the dogs and horses.
#567717
A contrarian libertarian gobshite from Spiked was on the news to defend Yaxley-Lennon on the grounds of free speech being sancrosanct. I think I detest that Spiked shower more than Kippers. They’re fellow travellers of the far right pretending they are students of Voltaire.
#568106
The latest use of our licence fee:
Backlash after BBC Scotland recruit Nazi dog salute’ criminal

BBC Scotland’s new digital channel is facing a major backlash after recruiting a criminal who taught his dog to perform the Nazi salute. Mark Meechan will be allowed to air his right-wing views next month on the taxpayer-funded channel, despite his conviction for a “grossly-offensive” hate crime last year. The appointment will outrage members of Scotland’s Jewish community, who already feel vulnerable to what they perceive to be a rise in anti-semitism in the country.
The controversial BBC Scotland programme will air in April, and will see four people with strong opinions take on the world’s most hotly contested topics each episode. Unlike a panel show, it is up to the regular contributors to lead and present the show and debate between themselves - in the comfort of a living-room style set up, according to one source. Megara Furie, who has previously said she charges clients £150-a-time said of the programme: ‘It’s really getting into the nitty gritty of things. There were arguments, there were times when we all agreed and there were times when we all vehemently disagreed.’
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#568113
"Get people to shout and swear at each other and if we're lucky someone might throw a punch" - the basis for God knows how many creative pitches in TV land...
#568115
Cancelled:
A BBC Scotland spokesperson, said: “We have been reviewing our new late night discussion programmes The Collective during the edit process. “As with all new formats, robust editorial processes apply. “In this case we have concluded that it’s not appropriate to include Mark Meechan as a contributor. The two programmes in which he featured will not be broadcast as part of any series.”
#568116
Translation: "We were pushing it out late at night when only the insomniacs and fruitcakes would be watching, and hoped that nobody would notice, save for any execs wanting to use a clip of when caricature A punched caricature B on their next upcoming "Most shocking moments" clip show. We got rumbled, because basically the entire premise of the show was little more than put some easily combustible people, all keen to launch a media career, in front of the camera, and wait for the "sparks to fly", as us media people call proles swearing and threatening each other. Then someone told on us. Oh well, back to the drawing board. How about a tough new drama series where people stand in corridors and whisper about having affairs? Or dead hookers? That's very now, isn't it?".
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#568142
Andy McDandy wrote:
Sun Mar 03, 2019 3:42 pm
Translation: "We were pushing it out late at night when only the insomniacs and fruitcakes would be watching, and hoped that nobody would notice, save for any execs wanting to use a clip of when caricature A punched caricature B on their next upcoming "Most shocking moments" clip show. We got rumbled, because basically the entire premise of the show was little more than put some easily combustible people, all keen to launch a media career, in front of the camera, and wait for the "sparks to fly", as us media people call proles swearing and threatening each other. Then someone told on us. Oh well, back to the drawing board. How about a tough new drama series where people stand in corridors and whisper about having affairs? Or dead hookers? That's very now, isn't it?".
Or maybe Endemol threatened action over an Intellectual property breach.

Their show involved sticking a bunch of cunts in a room until they brawled.
You may remember it as Big Brother.
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