Can the BBC be trusted to handle its own complaints? | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


Can the BBC be trusted to handle its own complaints?

Richard Lightbown describes how his complaint to the BBC about the Panorama documentary "Death on the Med" had been "fobbed off with a variety of excuses and imaginative distortions of the facts". He says the BBC can no longer be trusted to regulate itself and must be brought under the control of the UK telecommunications regulator Ofcom.

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