Friday 23 October 2009

Griffin complains to BBC over 'lynch mob'

BNP leader Nick Griffin said today he is to complain to the BBC over his appearance on Question Time last night, saying he had faced a "lynch mob".
Griffin claims the normal format of the programme was changed and it should not have been held in London.
The BBC said there were more than 240 complainants from viewers who felt the show was biased against the BNP, while more than 100 of the complaints were about Griffin being allowed to appear on Question Time. More than 50 people contacted the BBC to show their appreciation for the programme.
Griffin's appearance was given a hostile reaction from the national press. The Sun splashed on Griffin's comment that he was 'the most loathed man in Britain' and the Daily Mail described him as 'Bigot At Bay'.

1 comment:

Amy said...

It is unfortunate that there are people with the same views as Griffin. They should not be allowed to be in politics.