If anyone didn’t understand that the BBC is the lapdog of the Tory Party; look what happens when a BBC Radio presenter publically announces he is going to Challenge the (dis) honourable member for the 18th Century Jacob Rees-Mogg.
“Broadcaster, doctor and vocal NHS campaigner Dr Phil Hammond announced on Tuesday that he would stand as a candidate for the National Health Action Party (NHA) in North East Somerset where Rees-Mogg is currently MP.Just hours later he tweeted that he had been fired from his Saturday mid-morning show on BBC Radio Bristol.
The physician and health campaigner who has made never made a secret of his politics thanked his team and listeners.”
“As a junior doctor Dr Hammond stood in the 1992 general election as a ‘Struck Off and Die Doctor’s Alliance’ candidate against Conservative MP William Waldegrave, the then Secretary of State for Health.He is Vice President of the Patients Association and has fought for patients’ rights, reporting and investigating issues including the Bristol heart scandal in 1992. He was among investigators who broke the story and gave evidence at the subsequent enquiry.”