Tuesday, May 24, 2005

Poetic justice 

The BBC faces a summer of hit-and-run action unless it backs down on its plan to axe thousands of jobs, unions said last night.

The threat followed a day in which the corporation had to ditch several flagship programmes and bring broadcasters out of retirement to help patch together its output.

Management said that only 6,500 staff took part in the strike but the unions put the number at 15,000.
We can only hope for more strike actions in the mainstream media and we might actually start, by default, getting a more balanced news coverage (hat tip: Dan Foty)


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