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The Conservative Government recently announced that the BBC's License Fee (a real terms cut of billions due to current levels of inflation), but many aren't happy with the decision. So in this video, we're going to examine the politics of the decision to announce this during the ongoing Downing Street Party scandal, as well as whether or not it's a good idea in the first place.

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  • gpyao
    gpyao 10 hours ago

    The West is generally regarded as a more open society, whereas the East (e.g., India) is somewhat, no extremely conservative. So it seems like the UK is becoming more Indian lol Perhaps if Brits want to live with more open minded people, they should live in the EU

  • Angie SOS UK
    Angie SOS UK 10 hours ago

    I use to like your reporting but now find it disingenuous. Regardless of what we think about universal credit, your reference here was in my view political and disingenuous - £20 covid lockdown increase was removed - we all knew it will happen. Regardless of when and how the issue of BBC funding came out, shouldn’t you have done this report in line with what the population feel about continuing funding for the BBC. I have been looking for fair, independent analysis and was considering yours until I watched this episode.

  • Fozia Bibi
    Fozia Bibi 10 hours ago

    Thank god boris johnson took 1st good step

  • Roll Ups.
    Roll Ups. 10 hours ago

    It’s mad how people usually older than 40 always say “it was ages ago and it’s over now, who cares?” - knowing fully well if we ever look back into the past, they will mostly all be locked up for some sort of corruption or scandal. The older generation is not used to being held accountable for their actions like they’ve been doing to people younger than them since they were born, now they have a taste of their own medicine it’s starting to look like the bad people were the people “making the rules” for everyone else to follow but themselves

  • Raccoonious 🦝
    Raccoonious 🦝 10 hours ago

    1. I agree TV license fee should be scrapped. I'd rather pay BBC directly like I pay Netflix or any other streaming services (I don't own a Tv) 2. I just don't see how this isn't a political move. The timing is just too uncanny 3. Considering that BBC gets criticised by both liberals and conservatives, it shows that it is truly impartial. It will never be 100% fair on every topic, but it is as close as it gets (my opinion) 4. To me BBC sounds conservative, which I guess tells you where I belong in the political spectrum. 5. You would be daft to support BBC getting scrapped / downsized in any way. I just don't see how it's beneficial to anyone.

  • WICKERS
    WICKERS 10 hours ago

    BBC are always biased against non establishment candidates regardless of party. Hated Corbyn because of his anti establishment views but don't mind Starmer.

  • Heva1987
    Heva1987 11 hours ago

    I hope you do cover a hypothetical possibility that the Torys have more of their MPs go over to labour party. As 1 MP has gone from the Conservative to Labour parry yesterday. Is it a possibility that a) Could we end up with a hung parliament again if more Cons MPs go over to other parties and b) could it be used by Labour to obtain control of the commons of they did get enough Conservative defectors and be a sort of party in power but didn't win a GE?

  • Daniel Cassidy
    Daniel Cassidy 11 hours ago

    Anyone living in the real world sees the BBC as right leaning

  • Samuel Wittwer
    Samuel Wittwer 11 hours ago

    Hmm.. Rupert Murdoch attacking the BBC, just like he attacks the ABC in Australia… whodathunkit? Alarmingly the points that have been raised here are exactly what is happening in Australia. The only difference being is that the ABC is funded directly via the federal government here by out taxes, and the exact same funding freezes have occurred here too. It’s scary to think that the influence of Murdoch is just as strong in the UK as it is here.

  • mr nice
    mr nice 11 hours ago

    Resign 😂 should be answering to q A nuremberg esc trial for genocide alongside the entire tory government of the last decade

  • Rangon Das Gupta
    Rangon Das Gupta 11 hours ago

    They are Anti-nationals

  • Mona Gee UK
    Mona Gee UK 11 hours ago

    weird that this ISN'T the video of yours youtube suggested to me when researching the crisis.

  • Mona Gee UK
    Mona Gee UK 11 hours ago

    thing is you can't just build more houses and call it problem solved. they've built lots of new houses where i live, but they haven't built doctors surgeries, shops, quality schools, parking spaces, or even roads big enough for the traffic. i also live in one of the poorest parts of the country and the houses they are building just aren't affordable for those of us on low income.

  • Mona Gee UK
    Mona Gee UK 11 hours ago

    watching this in January is a trip. RIP low income families. great video, though. definitely will be watching more.

  • Sunnie S
    Sunnie S 11 hours ago

    Scrap the green tax for a while. This will help along with the vat on fuel.

  • Stephen Burke
    Stephen Burke 12 hours ago

    What can Andrew do now easy do what he always done Nothing nothing nothing that’s what he does

  • රංග නයනජිත් සිල්වා

    Who ever comes, same anthem might be recited at No 10. PM in UK is just another representative of Modern Feudal Capitalism whether we accept or not. Anyway hope he could do certain better practice pragmatically for the economic well being . Better be cautious from political oppertunists in their own cluster next to him.

  • gloin10
    gloin10 12 hours ago

    This is an act of cultural vandalism, which is to carried out by the Culture Secretary....

  • steven anthony kwong
    steven anthony kwong 12 hours ago

    As a public member, I gladly say serve you right. Absolutely serve you right . You deserve to be poor. You deserve to be treated with disrespect because you lot keep lying about other countries and lies about China. You think all those lies have no consequences. Absolutely you deserves all the bad consequences.

  • LookzA
    LookzA 13 hours ago

    Having a trial shouldn't be a privilege that the government can revoke. Regardless of how guilty the person is, you must have to prove it in a court. Even the Nazi's were given a trial.

  • queeg9k
    queeg9k 13 hours ago

    Rupert Murdoch has been leveraging his influence through his media organisation for years. It's not left Vs right - it's open, balanced journalism Vs the influence of a reptile in human skin. A publicly funded news organisation with a charter which enforces it's impartiality is crucial to an open, democratic society. Of course the conservatives as accuse the BBC of bias. Of course labour accuse the BBC of bias. This is the level of politicians we have to deal with these days. Childlike tantrums because someone disagrees with them. No need to look at the actual numbers/facts which show balance, how does that help them manipulate the voting public?

  • Roberta Clarson
    Roberta Clarson 13 hours ago

    He should not leave

  • Eric Chionh
    Eric Chionh 13 hours ago

    First things first, fix the crappy sound quality

  • Mike Ock
    Mike Ock 13 hours ago

    8 months. That's the time span between conspiracy theory and reality. Wake up people

  • Shaun Ryan-Izzard
    Shaun Ryan-Izzard 13 hours ago

    There are a couple of problems here. 1) Corbyn may have been a "fringe" candidate, but he had, when first appointed leader, the vote of more of the party than even Blair did. This means that, at that time at least, he was more reflective of the party in general. I would argue then that, but reversing the democratisation of the party and returning the leadership selection to the MPs, the leadership is actually risking separating the PLP from the wider party. This, surely, cannot be seen as a good thing. 2) though Corbyn did lead the party at the time of a devastating defeat, its not as simple as saying it was down to Corbyn or the socialist policies. The 2019 elect was, like the two before it, hinged on Brexit. The difference between 2017 and 2019 for Labour was their pivot away from a "pragmatic Brexit" to a "Peoples Vote" stance. Its not a coincidence that the key losses (the so called "Red Wall") wher mostly strongly leave constituencies. This policy was one forced on the leadership by the wider party. Meaning that the failure of Corbyn was allowing the general party to push for a policy that was strategic suicide rather that excert his authority and keep the party on the same track as 2017.

  • NN Spenaz
    NN Spenaz 14 hours ago

    I agree that the TV licence should be scrapped, use adds like every other channel and a fee for streaming. The BBC isn’t leftist it reports the news which is pro remain

  • Diego Gomez
    Diego Gomez 14 hours ago

    We had the very same scandal in Argentina in the 90s and it was called "Nariguetazos en el congreso". Many parliamentarians would snort cocaine before the sessions. It really looks like they are the worst of this society everywhere. The worst because they lecture us on how to live our lives while they do things like this.

  • Zack Sung
    Zack Sung 14 hours ago

    What PM Johnson is doing is depraved and reckless. I've been watching the BBC since I was 11 and have consistently tuned to it for news and other information. I wouldn't believe something has happened unless the BBC reported on it. Nowadays I'm also adding DW as a news source but I've always had a place in my heart for the BBC because I grew up with them. If he dares to end the BBC I'll cross continents and personally invade 10 Downing Street just to kick him out myself, because the alternatives would either be angry Democrats from CNN or arrogant Republicans from Fox News, and I'd hate to live in a place where those are my options. What he's doing isn't kindness, it's sheer cowardice for the world to see.

  • Jeffrey Kee
    Jeffrey Kee 14 hours ago

    What dumb times we live in where "number of people" at a party can ruin your life... Thanks governments for making this stupid Law to begin with. LOL!

  • Frank Konrad
    Frank Konrad 14 hours ago

    Yes.

  • Sine Nomine
    Sine Nomine 14 hours ago

    Actually in the 70 80s there were quite a few movies including when the wind blows , threads , the day after , the day after tomorrow. And a good few more The statement is incorrect we are more likely at this time 2022 to see another nuclear war than ever before due to medaling NATO in the east. And crazy war mongering leftists. The crazy thing is the public in the UK will get no warning at all as alll the warning systems and civil defense stores etc have been decommissioned. In the 80,s where the military and some politicians still have access to fall out shelters. There is no thought or plan for the civilians.

  • Pickle Rickle
    Pickle Rickle 14 hours ago

    Got a license for that tv….. scrap the bbc, a government could easily fund a BBC news only, it good entertainment will survive else where, the woke crap will fade away

  • Ken Gibson
    Ken Gibson 15 hours ago

    To keep the BBC on the gravy train. They have resistanced all attempts to decrimonalise the non payments of licences fee.The fact that criminal records and Prison sentences dished out to the poor in society is perfectly acceptable to the mega salaried BBC management. Clique. They are under the illusion they have a God given right for perpetual funding forever at any cost.

  • ABC
    ABC 15 hours ago

    He needs to go.

  • SimeonSimon
    SimeonSimon 15 hours ago

    The BBC can make their own money by now.

  • Jack Bayer
    Jack Bayer 15 hours ago

    In all of the examples given, it seems to me that the biggest factor is ex-conservative voters switching their vote after Tory scandals. Tactical voting from the left obviously contributed, but based on the figures shown here, the number of tactical voters doesn't look large enough to win the seats on their own.

  • MazzaEliLi
    MazzaEliLi 15 hours ago

    The Good Law Project is challenging the governments draconian changes to UK law. Checking out their work is a good way to know how to challenge your own MPs to Protect Parliamentary Democracy, the Rule of Law (not by Law) Human & Civil rights. Cheers.

  • Brian Wilkinson
    Brian Wilkinson 15 hours ago

    Reviewing the licence makes sense in the new world but this is not the debate on offer. Underfunding and accusations of lefty bias are the Tory focus, on this alone I would fight against the move.

  • Arthur Hind
    Arthur Hind 15 hours ago

    Yea, they broke the rules that they set. Yes, Boris shouldn’t be prime minister. No, I don’t think he’ll resign, nor do I want Liz Truss or Rishi Sunak as the new PM. I just want the whole thing to be over already so that the government can focus on easing covid restrictions and getting back to work please.

  • Dan Palmer
    Dan Palmer 16 hours ago

    Although the BBC funding system will have to be modernise to keep up with modern times, it needs to be done by a competent government that ensures we don’t end up with an American style news environment. It is more than clear this is not the competent government we need on charge of that.

  • Oran Doherty
    Oran Doherty 16 hours ago

    Get him out surely I don't like him and it's too soon to ease restrictions yet

  • John Malin
    John Malin 16 hours ago

    Bring it on, the UK being the dumping ground for all and Sundry has to end. Shamima Begum can rot in hell.

  • Anthony Marsh
    Anthony Marsh 16 hours ago

    If we believe him,which I don’t, my question is.. Is booze a normal thing at work for parliament then and how drunk was he when he wrote the covid laws.

  • Michael Green
    Michael Green 16 hours ago

    This is obviously a throw to the right wing and a private members bill from the right was in the House of Commons the weekend of panic. However while these red meat dead cats might distract the public, I don't think it will work on the furious MP's to save him because they will see it for what it is. The "hyenas" will probably eat it up and having tasted blood pounce on him anyway!

  • Noor
    Noor 16 hours ago

    The people who like the BBC are old people, ask anyone born in the last 30 years and they will tell you that its a loads of BS and it is, theres a horrible big building branded "BBC" in my city where a new modern bus station was supposed to be.

  • M_Stanfield5441
    M_Stanfield5441 18 hours ago

    Never in my life did I think a grown adult might be arrested for having a party at his own house. UK is a dangerous place, and America isn't far behind unfortunately

  • Trevor Riley
    Trevor Riley 18 hours ago

    Boris the clown

  • Limited Edition
    Limited Edition 18 hours ago

    What a disgraceful PM. Boris has been a Clown 🤡 since being Mayor of London.

  • Ermeric Carolissen
    Ermeric Carolissen 18 hours ago

    Boris Johnson should brush his hair.