George Galloway: 'I consider the BBC to be a national disgrace'

George Galloway: 'I consider the BBC to be a national disgrace'

Our host didn't hold back on the BBC in his opening monologue

Wednesday, July 19, 2017

George Galloway condemned the BBC in his opening monologue on Wednesday. 

Today, a report reveals the BBC employees who have the highest earnings in the corporation. 

There are reports of the 96 people on the list, two-thirds of them are men. 

George outlined why he disapproved of the broadcaster in his opening statement.

He said: "I consider the BBC to be a national disgrace.

"I’ve long made a policy of not being envious of other people’s salaries. But when the public is paying the salaries, it’s a scandal that they’ve had to wait until 2017 to learn what their money has been spent on.

"The BBC is doing things it should not be doing, and a public broadcaster should be doing things commercial radio and TV aren’t doing.

"My view is it should be deconstructed, and those parts necessary for a public broadcaster should be state funded."

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