BBC won't reveal how many complaints they had over coverage
Posted by Raskolnikov on April 12, 2021, 7:07 am, in reply to "Qul surprise, "Who was he, a Bond villain?" got through the Daily Heil censorship....nm"
The BBC has taken down an online form used to process complaints about blanket coverage of Prince Philip’s death after the number of complaints reached a peak.
The corporation’s decision to axe Friday night staples in favour of pre-recorded tributes prompted so many complaints it opened the dedicated form on its website to process them.
While the broadcaster would not say how many complaints it received, it is understood the rate at which they were coming in had started to fall.
A fortnightly bulletin of all complaints is due to be published on Wednesday.
...when they have been suitably doctored no doubt.
Of course for some people there were not enough flags on the complaint page:
Ben Harris-Quinney, the chairman of the conservative Bow Group thinktank, accused the corporation of “prompting a response” by establishing the complaint form.
“When the BBC put out things that are more in accordance with figures of the left, no such opportunity to complain is promoted. It is quite clear that there is an imbalance,” he said.
Get back in the sea, tosser.