has had to apologise after being caught out telling porkie pies in one of its Panorama documentaries.
Though it claimed to show genuine footage of exploited Indian child labourers sweating for a pittance to make cheap fashion for Primark, these scenes had in fact been staged.
A voice in the background heard saying: “Get on with the work little boy” and “keep quiet and get on with job” was provided by the Panorama crew’s driver/translator.
Are any of you surprised by this? I’m not. To me, “BBC twists evidence to make Leftwing propaganda point” is about as shocking and unusual a story as “dog bites postman”, or “children seen eating sweets” or “Pope found worshipping regularly at the Vatican”.
But in reality it is – and long has been – a shamelessly biased mouthpiece for the achingly PC values of the tofu-eating, metropolitan, Guardian-reading classes.
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