BBC’s blatant bias against climate skeptics

BBC News needs to do more to push back against inaccurate scientific statements made by celebrities, according to a report by the governing body of Britain’s public broadcaster.

The BBC Trust said BBC News’ science coverage has caused audiences “considerable frustration” when anchors didn’t push back against claims made by celebrities, politicians and other prominent figures.

The Trust specifically singled out one instance where Oscar-winning actress Emma Thompson was allowed to make “inaccurate statements” in an interview without being challenged, according to The Telegraph.

In a September, 2015, episode of “Newsnight,” Thompson said if oil companies “take out of the earth all the oil they want to take out, you look at the science.”

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