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They are often a pair as they’ve been doing that gig together daily for quite a few months. Often these sort of pairs are very fake on air and hate each other off air, or they’re mates off air and have faux heated discussions on air. In this case you’d imagine they now at least they hate each other and spilling out into broadcasts.

I’m also not sure bosses wouldn’t want to split them up as it could mean some more TV gold.
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According to tonight's BBC News at Six the Bev Turner and Andrew Pierce clash over Brand is also now being investigated by Ofcom.
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(19-09-2023, 09:18 PM)Worzel Wrote:  According to tonight's BBC News at Six the Bev Turner and Andrew Pierce clash over Brand is also now being investigated by Ofcom.
That’s interesting. Which rules could it have broken (genuine question)?
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(19-09-2023, 09:18 PM)Worzel Wrote:  According to tonight's BBC News at Six the Bev Turner and Andrew Pierce clash over Brand is also now being investigated by Ofcom.

Eh? - I quite enjoyed the clash and they both gave as good as they got - am I a bit naive or something - why the investigation???
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(19-09-2023, 10:52 PM)jaymadz Wrote:  Eh? - I quite enjoyed the clash and they both gave as good as they got - am I a bit naive or something - why the investigation???
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Richard Tice is joining GB News from Monday as a presenter and contributer.

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Eye-opening
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Also mentions what was reported last week by Bloomberg re plans of moving controversial presenters to online only to bypass Ofcom.
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(25-09-2023, 03:06 PM)Adsales Wrote:  [...] what was reported last week by Bloomberg re plans of moving controversial presenters to online only to bypass Ofcom.
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Yeah, but isn't Ofcom planning regulations for streaming platforms as part of new media laws?
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(25-09-2023, 11:54 PM)JamieMurph25 Wrote:  Yeah, but isn't Ofcom planning regulations for streaming platforms as part of new media laws?

YouTube, and similar services, are unlikely to come under such regulations.
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I think this merits more than just an investigation.

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