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Thursday, 21 July 2011

The press/media and the BNP

If you are not aware, this is why the press are always unfair when reporting on the British National Party

Most journalists are members of a union call national union of journalists (NUJ) seen on many demonstrations, and theses are there policy’s on reporting on the BNP

Covering the elections? Read the NUJ’s race reporting guidelines

The NUJ is urging members to stand up for journalism by challenging the claims of racist parties in the forthcoming European and local elections and by making their votes as citizens count.

Many working journalists are targeted by far-right websites for exposing the criminal links of candidates or past convictions for fraud, violence or anti-semitic and racist views. 

Inside the newsroom, the NUJ is asking its members to follow the union’s guidelines on reporting The BNP: 
  • Do not sensationalise by reports, photographs, film or presentation the activities of racist organisations.
  • Seek to publish or broadcast material exposing the myths and lies of racist organisations and their anti-social behaviour.
  • Do not allow the letters column or 'phone-in' programmes to be used to spread racial hatred in whatever guise.
  • When interviewing representatives of racist organisations or reporting meetings or statements or claims, journalists should carefully check all reports for accuracy and seek rebutting or opposing comments. The antisocial nature of such views should be exposed.
How can the British National Party ever have a fair report with policy’s like this?

2 comments:

  1. Keep telling it as it is and the real truth will be the answer to everyones question

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