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BBC director-general rejects claims of election bias and says: 'People trust us'

Andrew Neil 'empty chairs' Boris Johnson after the Prime Minister declined an interview
Andrew Neil 'empty chairs' Boris Johnson after the Prime Minister declined an interview Credit: BBC

The BBC director-general has rejected all claims of bias in its election coverage三级成人视频, insisting that the corporation has the public’s trust.

Lord Hall of Birkenhead said that provoking the ire of both the Conservative and Labour parties proved that the BBC is impartial.

三级成人视频In his first public riposte to accusations of political bias, Lord Hall said the BBC remains “the envy of the world”.

Writing in the Telegraph, he said: “Around 27 million people in the UK came to the BBC website to find out about the election results. It was a reminder of the trust people place in the BBC.

“Yes, of course we faced some criticism for our election coverage. That is to be expected as the national broadcaster. Where...

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