How does the BBC remain so politically impartial?

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Alt text: Title ‘BBC editorial meetings’. Man wearing a white shirt and blue tie hands a ‘Daily Fail’ newspaper to a colleague. Speech bubble for the man says, “Usual drill… you look through Farage and Laurence Fox’s latest tweets, I’ll flick through the Daily Mail!”


A BBC editor tells a colleague: "Usual drill... you go through Farage and Lawrence Fox's latest tweets, I'll flick through the Daily Mail

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