The BBC is supposed to, according it its Charter, be neutral and give both sides of the story.
Our attention has been drawn to this part of the BBC’s ‘News Style Guide’, which contains the below utterly shameless example of institutional bias against the pro-life movement, and for the abortion lobby.
The document makes clear that reporters are to use terminology that encourages, and with such intent, support of pro-abortion activists, while discriminating against pro-life activists.
They want to reduce the pro-life position to simply being ‘anti-abortion’ as a rhetorical pro-abortion tactic, and an explicit violation of journalistic objectivity.
(Articles reflect the views of the author, and not necessarily those of Luke Nash-Jones, The Red Pill Factory, or Make Britain Great Again.)