Who Got More British Votes Last Time – UK Pravda Or Jellyfish Johnson?

Here’s the summary of the ‘Conservative’ Government’s response to a protest petition about the BBC license tax.

The Government is deeply disappointed with the BBC’s decision to restrict the over 75 licence fee concession to only those in receipt of pension credit. We recognise the value of free TV licences for over-75s and believe they should be funded by the BBC. The BBC must look further at how it uses its substantial licence fee income to support older people.  Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport    Click this link to view the response online:  https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/562729?reveal_response=yes

Now, let’s just think on that a moment.

If the Government were to say it’s disappointed by a policy decision announced by Sainsbury’s, or Lloyd’s Bank, or Marks and Spencers…

….okay, that’s the end of the matter, because those are private companies, owned by share-holders.


The BBC is a public corporation, owned by the British people, who elected Boris Johnson to act on their behalf. 



If the un-elected left-elite that runs UK Pravda…



…thumbs its nose at those who SHOULD be in charge of their multi-million pound propaganda empire, Johnson has a clear moral duty, and a parliamentary majority to turn to immediate legal effect, to fix things.


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He’s a damn jellyfish, right enough!