Sunday, 29 June 2014

What's wrong with the BBC?

More than 50,000 anti-austerity protesters in London marched outside the BBC and Parliament Square but the BBC did not cover them.

Comedian Russell Brand addressed the crowd: 

Austerity means keeping all the money among people who have loads of it. This is the biggest problem we face today--all other problems radiate from this toxic swindle. We can organise a fairer, more just society than they can. These demonstrations are the start.
Brand said the group will hold the biggest protest in British history later this year, "Soon we will reach a size and influence where neither the BBC nor this austerity Government will be able to ignore us."

From no more austerity

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