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Post by Tommy Monk on Fri May 01, 2020 7:41 pm


The five doctors and nurses that Panorama chose to interview had familiar tales to tell. One, Abhi Mantgani, said: ‘People in healthcare losing their lives and being put at risk is something that keeps me awake at night.’

Viewers were told that another, Irial Eno, was a ‘doctor working with Covid patients’ who has ‘decided to speak out’. She said ‘I feel really angry at the Government’.

A third interviewee, Dr Sonia Adesara, said: ‘It doesn’t seem fair to me that healthcare professionals who feel they are at risk — who may be at risk — are not being given full PPE equipment because the Government failed to prepare.’

Their take on the PPE problem heaped almost all the blame on Boris Johnson’s Government and was, naturally, leapt on by leading figures in Labour.

John McDonnell said it ought to persuade Matt Hancock to consider his position as Health Secretary. Diane Abbott said the ‘damning’ programme proved ‘the Government is a deadly shambles’.

Fallout from its overnight broadcast led the BBC’s Tuesday morning bulletins.

But it has since emerged that all five of the doctors and nurses Panorama chose to interview were longstanding Labour Party activists or supporters.

This was not shared with viewers, in what appears to be a flagrant breach of BBC guidelines.




https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8270999/How-Panorama-infiltrated-Left-BBC-interviewed-five-medics-Labour-links-PPE.html





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Tommy Monk wrote:
The five doctors and nurses that Panorama chose to interview had familiar tales to tell. One, Abhi Mantgani, said: ‘People in healthcare losing their lives and being put at risk is something that keeps me awake at night.’

Viewers were told that another, Irial Eno, was a ‘doctor working with Covid patients’ who has ‘decided to speak out’. She said ‘I feel really angry at the Government’.

A third interviewee, Dr Sonia Adesara, said: ‘It doesn’t seem fair to me that healthcare professionals who feel they are at risk — who may be at risk — are not being given full PPE equipment because the Government failed to prepare.’

Their take on the PPE problem heaped almost all the blame on Boris Johnson’s Government and was, naturally, leapt on by leading figures in Labour.

John McDonnell said it ought to persuade Matt Hancock to consider his position as Health Secretary. Diane Abbott said the ‘damning’ programme proved ‘the Government is a deadly shambles’.

Fallout from its overnight broadcast led the BBC’s Tuesday morning bulletins.

But it has since emerged that all five of the doctors and nurses Panorama chose to interview were longstanding Labour Party activists or supporters.

This was not shared with viewers, in what appears to be a flagrant breach of BBC guidelines.




https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8270999/How-Panorama-infiltrated-Left-BBC-interviewed-five-medics-Labour-links-PPE.html





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