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Somini Sengupta🥭
Memo from BBC news director: "To achieve impartiality, you do not need to include outright deniers of climate change in BBC coverage, in the same way you would not have someone denying that Manchester United won 2-0 last Saturday. The referee has spoken.”
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jennifer holton 7 Sep 18
Yes!!! Now do vaccines.
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Daniela Battistella 7 Sep 18
Replying to @SominiSengupta
I didn't realize the BBC was still pandering to deniers. Glad they've decided not to anymore, though it's so late in the game they shouldn't expect any congratulations for the new directive.
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Joel Berg 8 Sep 18
. Amen. Likewise press should stop reporting, as fact, the false claims of people who are cutting anti-poverty programs, like Paul Ryan, that they are fighting poverty.
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Randy Mayeux 7 Sep 18
Deborah Tannen made the case for this nearly 20 years ago
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Reader Adrift 8 Sep 18
Replying to @SominiSengupta
They don't have this shit happening, sponsored by individuals at the highest levels of government: DeVos, Pompeo, Pence, Perry, Perdue, Carson prev Price, Pruitt. Here's what's being preached on Capitol Hill
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Rededdy 8 Sep 18
Replying to @SominiSengupta @mims
Climate has been changing thouthout history. Subsidence, orogeny. Will continue. We drill wells to 30,000 ft plus. How do you think those rocks got there? Not hard.
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I’m Woody 8 Sep 18
How did those rocks get there? And what’s it got to do with climate?
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🍀 Katy 7 Sep 18
20 years too late, but cool on,
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Richard Milliken 8 Sep 18
note in particular, beware of false balance!
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Darwesh Shaikh 8 Sep 18
Wish there was more reporting like this
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