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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex reflect on 2020 in the first fruit of a podcast deal with Spotify. Alcohol sales have been banned in South Africa to prevent "reckless behaviour" amid a Covid spike. One of the men - Manoel Akure - has asked us to make it clear that he was not present when the sculpture was being removed, but he did stand on the empty plinth afterwards and made a speech and said prayers. The Slavery Abolition Act was passed in Britain in 1833. An interview with our correspondent about the changes to the official PPE guidance over wearing intensive care gowns omitted to mention that this related to England. We stated that under EU law refugees are required to claim asylum in the first safe country in which they arrive. BBC News. The Hawai'i Abolition Collective held a candlelight vigil outside of the state's largest prison to raise awareness for people inside Hawaii's correctional facilities amid COVID-19 surges. BBC News provides trusted World and UK news as well as local and regional perspectives. The BBC is the data controller of the personal data you provided above. We apologise to ASOS. We also quoted the Daily Telegraph as saying "the study has not yet been accepted for publication in any scientific journal." In the introduction to a report about the Colston monument being pulled down by protestors in Bristol we said "two of the people involved in tearing down the statue" were featured in the item. We could have also made clear that there were thirteen arrests in total in connection with the protests. In a report about how the UK might achieve zero carbon emissions, a graph entitled 'Changing UK Energy Mix' showed how sources of energy have changed in the UK since 1990. Our staff have been reminded of the guidelines. Newsnight has a long-established and recognised reputation for excellent journalism, for scrutinising arguments and for holding power to account, which it does on a daily basis, including the night in question. It was claimed by a contributor that about one hundred people, mainly women, go to jail every year for not paying the TV Licence fee. While the regulations now differ for people living just a few miles apart, on either side of the border, we have been asked to make clear that the policing of travel restrictions in Wales is continuing. We would like to make clear that the London Camera Exchange in the second floor Row in the historic centre of the city is open again now that lockdown has eased. In an interview about the ITV drama Isolation Story we spoke to Janine Marsan who filmed some scenes involving her husband, the actor Eddie Marsan, on a smart phone. Key features: Top Stories brings you the latest, breaking news from our trusted global network of journalists. We've been asked to make clear the director of Isolation Story is David Blair and he supervised Janine remotely while she was filming. But as broadcast, it risked giving the perception that the BBC was taking sides, and expressing an opinion, rather than being impartial. During an interview about the impact of lockdown a guest made unverified comments about ASOS plc without the programme having given ASOS an opportunity to respond. Mr Ward moved out of the property in 2018 after it was deemed uninhabitable. BBC GLOBAL NEWS. Putting a jetpack to the test. As it was, we believe the introduction we broadcast did not meet our standards of due impartiality. It allows the government to order online platforms to … The NHS faces "unprecedented" pressure as the UK reports record numbers for a second day running. In fact, Pink News reported on 29 May that he was talking about people labelled homophobic, transphobic or racist on account of their beliefs. “Normally we have a donkey from a city farm come to St Martin’s to be part of our nativity scene. 21 February 2017. BBC Global News is the home of the BBC’s award-winning international news, sport and features content, which reaches 121 million people around the world on TV, online, apps and social media each week. Her remarks were paraphrased by our Political Editor who tweeted: "Rebecca Long Bailey told @BBCr4today she voted for the plan to abolish Tom Watson's position because she didn't want to 'stifle democracy'.". In a report about police fines for people who had breached new rules about movement under lockdown, we reported that "police say these are not criminal offences." Our review said he'd seen new research by a Norwegian-British team, which claims to have discovered clues in COVID 19's genetic sequencing, suggesting it may not have evolved naturally. While data from the four nations are not directly comparable as methodologies and inclusion criteria vary, we should have used more up to date figures. It was launched as BBC News 24 on 9 November 1997 as part of the BBC's foray into digital domestic television channels, becoming the first competitor to Sky News, which had been running since 1989. In a report about Brazil we quoted a contributor who claimed that: "every 23 minutes in Brazil a young black man is killed by the police". We would like to make absolutely clear that Emily Maitlis was not ‘removed’ or ‘suspended’ from last night’s programme, despite much speculation to the contrary. We reported that George Floyd died "at the hands of white police officers.". One of our interviewees was a trade union representative and was identified as such in the programme. As a coronavirus outbreak ravaged a central Washington prison this spring and summer, corrections officials were slow, confused and ineffective in … We apologise to Ms Bingham for not giving her the opportunity to respond prior to broadcast. BBC unpublishes article about Amazon Web Services: An Aug. 30 correction from the BBC News Online admitted the BBC erred and removed an article about Amazon Web Services. While he had an address in Northern Ireland, County Monaghan is in the Republic of Ireland. We would like to apologise for the error, which was due to a misinterpretation of these comments and which has since been corrected on the page and in corresponding social media posts. Younger audiences are treating BBC services such as iPlayer as an afterthought, according to a warning from Ofcom, as the media regulator revealed … Visit BBC News for up-to-the-minute news, breaking news, video, audio and feature stories. In a report about the handling of the coronavirus epidemic in the US we mistakenly used some pictures of people being tested in the Netherlands. His exact quote was: “Do you hide your political views for fear of being called homophobic, a TERF, racist?”. He was actually quoted by the Ethiopian News Agency as saying: "We are tired of begging and the desire to develop does not mean we have intentions to harm other countries". By contrast the Met Office says in the UK it was the sunniest May on record. To be clear, she meant that Ms Long Bailey had voted for the motion to be discussed. Our editorial guidelines allow us to make professional judgments but not to express opinion. The officer who knelt on his neck is white, but two of the other three involved are not. In one of our bulletins we made a mistake and incorrectly used pictures of another person, Liza Begum, to illustrate it. Ms Bingham was not given an opportunity to address this prior to broadcast. For a time, looped news, sport and weather bulletins were available to view via BBC Red Button. It has nothing to do with the shop on the ground floor, which is not trading. The programme reported that "more than 31,000 people have died OF Covid-19 in Britain so far". On 8 October, the BBC Arabic Trending programme broadcast an item on Ahlam Al-Tamimi’s appeal to the King of Jordan to be re-united with her husband. For more than 15 years, Correctional News has been the only NEWS publication serving the market, with each issue delivering more correctional industry news than all other publications combined. Miller Pattison disputed the claim after its own surveyor said dampness in the property was not related to the cavity wall insulation and no remedial work was necessary. The Scottish and Welsh governments had both indicated that they would not be making changes to their guidance because they had adequate stocks. Prior to showing the video, a distress warning was given, but in retrospect we believe we were wrong to show the footage before the nature and seriousness of the injuries were known, and with regard to the issues of infringement of privacy. The fake news law, known as the Protection from Online Falsehoods and Manipulation bill, came into effect in October. In an interview it was claimed that there were 700,000 homeless deaths in the UK last year. In a report that included a photograph of a packed Air Lingus flight, we carried a clip from a BBC Radio Foyle interview with the chief executive of Loganair, Jonathan Hinkles, who spoke about the difficulties of social distancing on aeroplanes. It was in fact taken in 2016. 52 mins Available for 11 months. These concerns have also been reflected by the British Medical Association and the Royal Colleges. In exchanges about the Test and Trace system a panellist said that 240,000 tests were being done a day. Please choose one of the following: For the remaining products ASOS works with third parties to ensure that the garments are repurposed, resold, or recycled where possible.”. On the afternoon of December 24 th the BBC News website published a short report titled ‘ Israel orders third national lockdown ’ on its ‘Live’ and ‘Middle East’ pages.. The programme's revelations about the PPE shortages did not come from any of the contributors and have not been disputed since the programme was broadcast. It is a question of accountability to our audiences. In fact the Daily Telegraph reported that research was "judged to be of sufficient scientific merit to be accepted for publication in the Quarterly Review of Biophysics Discovery, a journal chaired by leading scientists from Stanford University and the University of Dundee." We reported that Imperial College London had had complaints from staff after a decision to reopen some communal living spaces at the University. The BBC processes this data on the basis of its legitimate interest as a media organisation to keep editorial records. About sharing. We have been asked by CIGA to make clear that it became involved late last year after Mr Ward first turned to the company that installed the insulation, Miller Pattison, via a claims company, in 2017, for damages to cover the cost of fixing his house. For more than 15 years, Correctional News has been the only NEWS publication serving the market, with each issue delivering more correctional industry news than all other publications combined. An introduction to a report on how businesses are preparing for the impact of coronavirus said a global growth forecast had been cut and "markets again fell". It should not have been shown and we apologise for the offence caused. In an item dealing with various aspects of the UK Government's changes to the lockdown regulations for England, it was suggested that police in Wales would not be enforcing the continuing travel restrictions on someone who chose to drive into Wales, following the relaxing of rules in England. The person concerned is not in fact the boss of an NHS Trust but part of a network of organisations helping to source personal protective equipment for some Trusts. In fact Human Rights Watch says that across Brazil police have killed 33,000 people in the last ten years. BBC News BBC World News: 24 hour news TV channel. We reported that JK Rowling had written in her blog that gender was determined by biology. We said a haulier “from County Monaghan in Northern Ireland“ had admitted manslaughter. We referred to George Floyd’s death as occurring during an encounter with white police officers. In a report about cybercrime during the Coronavirus pandemic we reported that the National Cyber Security Centre has issued new advice on video conferencing software suggesting users make meetings public. As a result it cannot consider any claims for internal works. It would have been better to have said that the policewoman had come off her horse. She herself has tweeted that she ‘asked for the night off’. Contact: BBC World Service Bush House, Strand, London WC2B 4PH. In a review of the newspapers we referred to a Daily Telegraph story in which the former head of MI6, Richard Dearlove, said he believed the Coronavirus pandemic started “as an accident” when the virus somehow escaped from a laboratory in China. We received complaints from some viewers about the background information we provided about contributors to this edition of Panorama that dealt with, among other things, the inadequacy of the personal protective equipment (PPE) being provided to frontline NHS staff. A magnitude 6.4 earthquake strikes Petrinja and nearby towns, trapping people under rubble. 4:11. The Daily Telegraph went on to report that it is further analysis by the same team on this subject which has not yet been published. As the BBC News Online article to which we linked made clear, this was in fact the second round of government support grants, with the same rules, and a number of self-employed people said they were still not eligible. The correction … Created with Sketch. The Corrections revisits news stories that left the public with the wrong idea about what really happened and investigates how and why the narrative went awry. George Floyd died after a police officer who is white knelt on his neck for more than seven minutes. News. Inside Yemen. This is not a question of apportioning blame to anyone. We reported across different outlets and platforms that a boss of an NHS Trust had contacted the BBC with concerns about the shortage of gowns for the Coronavirus crisis. BBC to launch online corrections page, Trust confirms The BBC will also recruit a new chief complaints editor, the BBC Trust says, which today launched a public consultation over other proposed changes to the complaints procedure In fact 81,000 was the average daily number of people newly tested in England and did not include those newly tested in other parts of the UK. The NCSC advice is in fact the opposite, that meetings should be made private. A news report stated that a conservative commentator, Darren Grimes, describes his website as a safe space for racist and homophobic views. During the newspaper review, our guest Phil Hall questioned whether or not the Duchess of Sussex wanted 'a quiet life' by referring to a photograph of her in the Daily Telegraph that he said had been taken the previous day. A look at the roles played by the families of BBC news presenters during World War II. In fact she was describing the importance of biological sex. We later established that the clips were not current and did not refer to the Tigray situation. While the Non Domestic Rates (Scotland) Bill will affect their eligibility for charitable tax rates relief, the status as a charity will in fact remain unchanged. In a discussion about the BBC and the Last Night of the Proms a contributor said Britain ‘had abolished slavery in 1807 - 50 years before the United States.’. Coronavirus in a War Zone. The BBC's responses to editorial, technical and corporate issues. We reviewed the entirety of Newsnight on Tuesday May 26th, including the opening section, and while we believe the programme contained fair, reasonable and rigorous journalism, we feel that we should have done more to make clear the introduction was a summary of the questions we would examine, with all the accompanying evidence, in the rest of the programme. image/svg+xml. Share. The mistake was caused by a misunderstanding of the person’s role in the fight against the pandemic. Australian minister says temporary visa holders who flout coronavirus restrictions could be deported. The family who go all out on their Christmas cards. News Channel: On 1 October 2020, Cardinal George Pell was described as ‘disgraced’ in bottom of the screen text during a news bulletin. We would like to make it clear Liza Begum has nothing to do with the story and we sincerely apologise to her for the error and the distress caused. In an edition of this programme, a panellist claimed Virgin had made a profit of £200m in the NHS in recent years and not paid any tax. He had asked us for the phone numbers of Burberry and Barbour - both trying to aid supply. It said that 'the country' was 'shocked the government cannot see' Dominic Cummings broke lockdown rules; that he 'made those who struggled to keep the rules feel like fools'. By presenting a matter of public and political debate as if the country was unanimous in its view, we consider Newsnight risked giving the perception that the BBC was taking sides - or that the introduction constituted the presenter's opinions, rather than a summary of the journalism which would follow, which explored these issues rigorously and fairly and, crucially, with the supporting evidence. Independent Premium Comments can be posted by members of our membership scheme, Independent Premium. The figures were for all deaths where the person has died within twenty eight days of testing positive for Covid 19. The programme included a report about the release of a study from the National Institute of Economic and Social Research (NIESR), which found that by 2029 Boris Johnson's Brexit deal would leave the UK £70bn worse off than if it had remained in the EU. BBC News (also known as the BBC News Channel) is a British free-to-air television news channel. Corrections and clarifications are published in the order that they were issued. Video released by police shows the van playing a recorded warning moments before it exploded. None of our interviewees was sourced through a political party, union or professional body. The video was also uploaded onto the BBC South website and shown on BBC South Today. Subsection World. In the newspaper review, a contributor, Trevor Phillips, suggested that the Muslim Council of Britain had aligned itself with a group that had called President Obama and the staff of the French magazine Charlie Hebdo Islamaphobes. China's first great pianist of western classical music was both a pioneer and revered mentor. In the episode of Thinking Allowed which was first broadcast on 11 November 2020, the presenter gave his opinion about the Head of the UK Vaccine Task Force, Kate Bingham, querying whether recent allegations that Ms Bingham had disclosed confidential information at a US conference might be considered an example of contemporary corruption. But there are some who do not share this opinion, nor think that the issue is a 'scandal' or the Prime Minister has displayed 'blind loyalty'. St Martin’s Christmas Day service, to be broadcast on BBC Radio 4, will be pre-recorded. The introduction to Newsnight was intended as a summary of the issues that would be explored, with all the supporting facts and evidence, in the programme. Each was speaking from their own personal experience of providing care to patients with COVID-19. We spoke to dozens of health care workers during the making of the programme and they all had concerns about the lack of proper PPE. In fact the total number of deaths to date on that day was 1,441 - up from 1,266 the day before. BBC South Today and subsequent BBC news outlets reported on a bus crash in Winchester in which footage was shown of the immediate aftermath of the crash, inside the bus, taken by a pupil. Published. We reported on the problems experienced by one homeowner, Gavin Ward, who had cavity wall insulation installed in his property, guaranteed by the Cavity Insulation Guarantee Association (CIGA), in 2011. 12:54. We acknowledge that mentioning this would have helped viewers make their own assessment about her comments, although we do not consider it cast doubt on the validity of her concerns: Panorama established for itself the shortages that concerned her, including the rationing of PPE in high risk areas. The BBC must uphold the highest standards of due impartiality in its news output. We should have made it clear that the figures related to the UK's electricity supply only. One contributor, Dr Sonia Adesara, stood as a Labour candidate in a local election in 2017, and appeared in a Labour Party election broadcast before last year's election. Read about our approach to external linking. Copy link. However, because Mr Ward had not notified CIGA until two and a half years after he first became aware of the problems in his property, CIGA says it is unable to assess the interior damage which resulted from the faulty cavity wall insulation rather than damage that has occurred in the meantime and for which it cannot be held responsible. When introducing this report the newsreader misspoke, inaccurately referring to how the NIESR forecast that the deal would "...leave the UK 70 billion pounds a year worse off". In-depth news and sport with audio, video and forums. The content of her presentation received prior approval from officials which the government has confirmed. In 2018 five people were imprisoned for defaulting on payment of the fine in England and Wales. We should have made it clear this was a reference to the proportion of income tax paid by this group, not the total proportion of taxes the top 1% pay overall. We're happy to make clear that the MCB says it is not aligned with this group and does not support these comments. There is a 'long way to go' before a return to normality, the health secretary, Matt Hancock, has warned, after saying a new Covid variant was 'out of control' in the UK. Interest in North Yorkshire beauty spot has rocketed since Mortimer & Whitehouse’s Christmas special Last modified on Sun 20 Dec 2020 23.36 EST … In fact it would have been more accurate to say these people died WITH Covid-19. Tim Berners-Lee, known as the inventor of the world wide web, has revealed that Inrupt has launched a privacy platform for enterprises. The version of the programme which is currently available has been edited to remove the comments. When reporting on Black Lives Matter protests a reference was made to two demonstrators arrested on suspicion of assaulting an emergency worker outside Downing Street. We are sorry about any distress that we caused to the families and the children involved. Mr Ward’s surveyor found the cavity wall insulation (CWI) had failed and put the cost of extracting it and carrying out repairs at £60,000. ASOS does not strategically destroy garments returned by customers to avoid reprocessing costs. In fact the most recent estimate from the Office for National Statistics for 2018 puts the figure at 726. The Nashulai conservancy, on the edge of the Maasai Mara, is reviving ancient practices to protect the ecosystem. We reported that the National Audit Office had found a potential conflict of interest in the awarding of a Covid 19 contract to a firm whose founders previously worked for or advised the Cabinet Office minister, Michael Gove. 28 mins Available for 8 months. The app offers the BBC News Channel streamed live in the Video tab, social features and personalisation so you can re-order the news topics to suit your interests. The notorious case began in July when a series of women posted claims of sexual harassment online. This segment of the programme was in breach of our editorial guidelines and we have removed the clip from all our digital platforms. In a discussion about cavity wall insulation it was claimed ‘in nearly a million cases it just went wrong.’ We should have made it clear that there are no national figures for the numbers of properties in which cavity wall insulation has failed, though industry insiders have indicated to the BBC an estimated 800,000 properties may be affected. 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