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The dummy from the UK has made claim that the BBC is not Leftist !
The BBC is demonstrably one of the most politically neutral news gathering organisations on planet Earth. The irony is that the only reason you can't see this is because of how far the political centre has been forcefully dragged to the right in your own idiocratic shithole of a country.
The principal means of funding the BBC is through the television licence, costing £147 per year per household since April 2017. Such a licence is required to legally receive broadcast television across the UK, the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man.
Income from commercial enterprises and from overseas sales of its catalogue of programmes has substantially increased over recent years, with BBC Worldwide contributing some £145 million to the BBC's core public service business.
A five-year, $20 million grant awarded to the BBC World Service Trust by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation in December blurs the lines between funding for traditional media and public education, the Seattle Times reports.
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