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VOTE OF NO-CONFIDENCE
In a survey BBC staff are positive about the corporation’s ideals – but a lot less so when it comes to the decisions made by the corporation’s top brass.

SAY NEIL… AND THEY DO
Evan Davis’s soft interview style is ditched as the BBC lines up forensic and unfriendly inquisitor Andrew ‘Brillo Pad’ Neil to grill the party leaders.

WEBB OF INTRIGUE
Could Justin Webb’s chumminess with Sunday Times executive Ben Preston have anything to do with the ST’s expose of disquiet among Today presenters?

REVENGE SERVED... AT GAS MARK 7
Still smarting from the loss of Bake Off to Channel 4, the BBC’s Charlotte Moore takes her revenge with a slew of new competitive cooking shows.

MACRON MUDDLE
The BBC heavily restricted reporting of the hacking of Emmanuel Macron’s campaign team… because of election purdah in, er, France.

SILICON TITS
Why it costs the internet giants much less to run a PR campaign against fake news and hate speech than to identify and remove the offending material.

PLUS: Ad Nauseam, Dumb Britain. I-Sky, Desperate Business, Malgorithms & more.

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Private Eye Infected by Gnomeware… King Charles the Third Rate – A Sylvie Krin Special… ‘Too Close to Call’ – Election Sets Snoresbury Alight… Vote For Mrs Me, Says Prime Minister Theresa May and My Team… Captain Corbyn of Titanic to Stay on ‘Whatever Happens’… Me and My Spoon, with Diane Abbott… Ocean’s 11 Pints and Tight Club – Brad Pitt’s Films in Full… Trump Sacks Himself… Liz Jones on Princess Diana, as told to Craig Brown

And also...

- Election round-up: Tory housing hogwash, Corbyn left in the lurch & more!
- Slipping Standards: Editor Osborne and the BlackRock effect
- PR battle: Is the British Army still fit to fight an actual war?

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Private Eye Issue 1443