TELFORD MP Lucy Allan has slammed Britain’s public broadcaster for failing to report the abuse scandal in the town she represents.
Allan tweeted: “I have asked for an urgent question in Parliament tomorrow BBC not strong on standing up for white working class.”
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The BBC took until midday on Monday to publish a full story on shocking revelations that up to 1,000 girls were raped, abused and some even KILLED.
The BBC failed to feature the story on its homepage and buried the story between stories about Crufts and a Council Tax story.
The Telford story was not on the BBC news front page, or on its England news page or the Shropshire page.
To add insult to injury, when describing the abuse faced by one victim, Lucy Lowe at the hands of her 26-year-old abuser in 2001, the BBC described the victim as the rapist’s “girlfriend”.
Urgent questions need to be raised about the editorial decisions of Britain’s subsidized national Broadcaster.