BBC Bitesize to be free for BT and EE customers
11/01/2021 | news | education | 704
The content will not count in a mobile data allowance to help keep costs of online learning down.
Why is the BBC refusing to allow HYS on the US situation? Removed
For the same reason Trump has been removed from social media... Removed
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Because it’s actually newsworthy !
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11/01/2021 12:38:54 5 3
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Because we're in Scotland? More important issues to hand locally.
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11/01/2021 12:39:22 8 2
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Maybe because we’ve got more important things to think about and comment on here in Britain?
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11/01/2021 12:39:25 7 3
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Because we don't need to comment on it son.
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11/01/2021 12:40:02 4 7
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Because the postings might not all be woke enough for the BBC
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Is there much comment to make, other than what an idiot trump has been?
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11/01/2021 12:40:59 7 1
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'Refusing' to allow, would suggest you've asked them?

Anyway, it's the same as the BLM debate, far too emotive and sensitive to be trusted on the HYS mob.

Just imagine 3000+ comments and 2500 of them with "this comment has been removed"
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11/01/2021 12:38:48 1 0
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Nobody cares?
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11/01/2021 12:38:58 1 2
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Because the recent protests are normally only undertaked by the liberal left for which they endorse.
Because they don't want you to have your say. It really is that simple which is frightening. Their new tory donor chairman probably decided this.
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11/01/2021 12:47:04 3 0
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Free speech isn't impeded private companies have enough of their rubbish. It's not "your right" to have a social media account, it's an add on/luxury you're free to have.

You're still "free" to say X, it's just company Y is within their right to show you the door.

Look at Parler cackling themselves because 70+tb of data has been archived. They're not so keen on free speech now.

Snowflakes.
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11/01/2021 12:55:22 0 0
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Has your request been turned down, or do you mean 'not have an NHS' as opposed to 'refusing' ?

Most likely because they're more interested in public opinion on matters that are directly affect their primary audience, the British public.
Why is the BBC refusing to allow HYS on the US situation? Removed
For the same reason Trump has been removed from social media... Removed
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11/01/2021 12:38:31 54 8
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Over to you Vodafone, O2, Three...
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Virgin, Tesco Mobile......
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Over to you also bbc suspend the licence
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If you do a little research I believe you will find the other operators have all taken steps to help in the current situation, albeit in different ways. For example, Vodafone has supplied free data SIMs for up to 350000 students this winter.
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Don't hold you breath. Messrs Vodaphone, O2, Three and other mobile operators/communication providers unlike the BBC (to provide tv progs for all) & BT/ & BT (Wholesale's) managed communications provider Plusnet/BT owned Mobile/Communication Provider EE "Telecoms for all" all have an Universal Service Obligation - i.e have to offer basic 'service' to all.

Messrs. Vodaphone, O2, Three etc. do not.
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Tom
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This should be free to everyone
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And paid by the government, rather than expecting private companies to cover the costs
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11/01/2021 13:14:24 1 10
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And so should the tv you watch it on why do we have to pay a licence at this time?
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11/01/2021 13:34:41 1 3
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Agreed. Education should be "free" to all taxpayers, after all, we taxpayers fund it.

If you cannot afford to pay tax, why would you even need education. LOL
Why is the BBC refusing to allow HYS on the US situation? Removed
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Because it’s actually newsworthy !
Why is the BBC refusing to allow HYS on the US situation? Removed
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11/01/2021 12:38:54 5 3
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Because we're in Scotland? More important issues to hand locally.
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MVP
11/01/2021 12:39:18 89 13
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Great news.

Time for other networks to follow. It will reflect poorly on Vodaphone and O2 if they do not
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Even better if the Labour party’s free internet for all policy was implemented?
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And make tv free too suspend the licence now it is becoming important in chiildrens education
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MVP, if you do a little research I believe you will find Vodafone and O2 have already provided help and support, albeit in different ways to this. (e.g. Vodafone providing free data SIMs for up to 350000 students this winter).
Why is the BBC refusing to allow HYS on the US situation? Removed
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Maybe because we’ve got more important things to think about and comment on here in Britain?
Why is the BBC refusing to allow HYS on the US situation? Removed
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11/01/2021 12:39:25 7 3
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Because we don't need to comment on it son.
Nice, the BBC can teach kids in poverty across the UK that they have 'white privilege'... Removed
Snowflake. Removed
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Like they did in the 1970s when they showed Alf Garnett to be the fool when he thought he had white privilege?
I suppose the right wing press didn't make an issue if the BBC standing up for what is right then but its certainly not a new thing.
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11/01/2021 12:40:02 4 7
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Because the postings might not all be woke enough for the BBC
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Great news. Poor kids deserve access to online learning just as much as richer kids.
The milk stealing meal voucher cancelling toffs would disagree.
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Just what mum's top of the range iphone needed.
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And they deserve free tv suspend tge licence bbc put your money where your mouth is?
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11/01/2021 14:27:19 1 1
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More so, even.
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11/01/2021 14:57:35 3 2
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I'm amazed - I can see 4 people have actually "down-voted" your comment.
I'll retire to Bedlam...
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It’s obvious this govt don’t give a damn about children’s education. They’ve cut the amount of laptops they promised to give to children without access to one by 80% and they also turned down BT’s offer of free broadband. Why?
You only have to look at the complete destruction of any support services for children and young people over the last decade to know what the Tories priorities are ..
Why is the BBC refusing to allow HYS on the US situation? Removed
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Is there much comment to make, other than what an idiot trump has been?
Why is the BBC refusing to allow HYS on the US situation? Removed
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11/01/2021 12:40:59 7 1
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'Refusing' to allow, would suggest you've asked them?

Anyway, it's the same as the BLM debate, far too emotive and sensitive to be trusted on the HYS mob.

Just imagine 3000+ comments and 2500 of them with "this comment has been removed"
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11/01/2021 12:41:01 7 3
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Seems sensible. A fine use of a HYS!
Nice, the BBC can teach kids in poverty across the UK that they have 'white privilege'... Removed
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Snowflake. Removed
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Should be free to all kids. They shouldn't be losing out to corporate greed.
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Excellent! More screen time for kids in isolation! A mental health freeeeeeeeeeeeee for all!!! Hooray!!
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So your alternative is they do not learn? It's the twenty first century, things are online.
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Your obsession with mental health tells it's own story. And, if you have kids, you could limit their screen time if it's affecting your wellbeing.
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The low income line has been a thing for years, the problem is they won't let you order it online, and insist on waiting for a paper form to get the ball rolling.

Compare that to ordering a service online and being up and running within the week.

It shouldn't be that round the houses to support low earners.
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Tom
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This should be free to everyone
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And paid by the government, rather than expecting private companies to cover the costs
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IT'S OUR MONEY
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And where do the government get their money from ? Taxes of those working its not free money
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BBC is funded by us, not private companies.

Unless you are referring to the mobile networks forgoing a very small percentage of income to exclude this from data charges?

Not denigrating the networks by the way, really good gesture, but a sense of perspective is required when comparing this gesture vs the funding model of the organisation that actually create and/or deliver the content.
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The Govt doesn't pay for anything. It is taxpayers (individually or those "horrible corporations"), who pay for things.
I wonder if the BBC will bang on about the slave trade, forgetting to mention that it was the rich establishment doing it and not the general public?

(from a mixed race person)
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Hopefully they will also look at the strenuous efforts to suppress the Slave Trade and in particular the Royal Navy's role in suppressing the trade.
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History rarely mentions the general public because, generally, they are up to mundane stuff that most don't care about (like trying to survive). History mentions the movers, shakers and the highlights.
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In school's it is taught that poor people at the time had little say in the making of laws and protesters were often killed (Peterloo).
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Some good news, well done to all involved in setting up.
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Looking forward to the U-turns from all the 'Defund the BBC' Gammons
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And diorrea's!
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This offer will not save the BBC after the inquiry into the actions of the BBC during Brexit
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Excellent! More screen time for kids in isolation! A mental health freeeeeeeeeeeeee for all!!! Hooray!!
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So your alternative is they do not learn? It's the twenty first century, things are online.
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11/01/2021 12:46:41 1 13
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I'd prefer my kid to be in class to be fair, but given as the Government have closed schools due an abhorrent Covid obsession then that's not gonna happen anytime soon. Schools have been off for 3 and half weeks now yet cases aren't dropping. Maybe, just maybe that schools aren't the issue?
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Excellent contribution by the bbc

... although schools should really have the infrastructure already set up .... it is a repeat of the lockdown in March




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11/01/2021 12:46:11 23 23
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Lack of government funding again, still contracts for chronies seems to escape that little issue.......
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I feel Teachers unions are not in full support of On line learning. If it proves to be successful could start in encroach on the classroom post pandemic.
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11/01/2021 12:54:44 9 5
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Its not the SCHOOLS that need the infastructure. Its the kids homes that need reasonable broadband and devices to access it.

One of the fews things Corbyn got right was the plan for free, decent broadband for all homes. It would have been a better use of public funds than £20bn for a failed track and trace system.
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11/01/2021 13:16:26 1 4
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Why don't the bbc contribute by suspension of the licence too?
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Al
11/01/2021 13:15:05 4 1
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Remember though, schools only got 12hrs notice that they were moving to remote learning. Many children are also still going to school for live lessons so teachers now have almost double the teaching to do.
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Government weren't demanding the lessons were done real-time-online then. They were allowing just sending the work out, and the teachers getting the answers back from kids
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MVP
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Great news.

Time for other networks to follow. It will reflect poorly on Vodaphone and O2 if they do not
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11/01/2021 12:44:41 91 104
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Even better if the Labour party’s free internet for all policy was implemented?
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11/01/2021 12:55:41 7 27
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Free broadband is the worst policy ever. The upper and middle classes do not need the Government to provide them with complimentary internet access. What would be far more effective would be a £30 per month voucher for broadband given to the poorest in our society who need internet access (ie not pensioners who don’t use computers or tablets).
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11/01/2021 14:05:05 3 7
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Why not have free shopping, free heating, free electricity, free petrol for all. Who pays for it? You do wonder if some people actually engage their brains before they post.
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11/01/2021 14:43:31 0 4
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The government can't run anything, let alone broadband, the unions will strike and cut everyone off then theres the daily cut outs from poorly maintained lines and fibre optic will grind to a halt. No thanks, Sky has a £5 version, I'm sure even white Dee can afford that
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"Free for all" generally means that everyone pays.
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11/01/2021 15:07:55 1 1
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Free for all? I think somebody pays!
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11/01/2021 15:31:28 2 3
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Agreed, I'm just waiting for Diane Abbott to do the sums.
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11/01/2021 15:44:33 0 2
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There's that word again: it's not FREE, it's either included in the price you've already paid or, as in this case, someone else is paying for it (BT shareholders for example). I'm hugely supportive of all kids having educational opportunities so reduce access to online gaming etc to preserve data capacity. And, better yet, bring back grammar schools.
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11/01/2021 16:39:29 2 0
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Need to get the connection sorted, first!
Average UK broadband speed is 70 Mbps, apparently!
WHO gets THAT???? Nobody in my town!!! I get below 15Mbps, and that's with a 'Superfast' tariff!
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Johnson’s ‘Operation Moonshot’ is set to cost £17 billion MORE than the TOTAL cost of the Labour Party Manifesto .. which would’ve invested solely in Britain... Not lining the pockets of his mates like Johnson is doing ..
Funny how the media aren’t spouting that he’ll ‘bankrupt the country’ Wonder why? ??
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This mornings was quite good. My lad loved it and the supply teacher is funny. In a weird twist that not even the simpsons predicted, ginger spice is tomorrow’s English teacher ??

Congrats and can’t wait. We all enjoyed it. Why the hell did bbc abandon kids telly for cheap cookery shows?
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There are channels for kids, Cbeebies and CBBC are two. We should really cherish the BBC for all the content it provides before it's too late.
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Horrible Histories is good, in one early ( 2011 ?) episode they put the cause of the Second World War firmly with the German invasion of Poland. In a later episode, the causes of the Second World War included the Nazi and Russian invasion of Poland.
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Ginger Spice. Bet a few dad's will be joining that lesson tomorrow
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Yawn
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I thought Bitesize was a cookery programme.
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11/01/2021 12:45:34 44 2
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Good. These are the type of arrangements we need at this time. On a similar note I've noticed the car park is now free at my local hospital while they role out the vaccine.
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Should always be free!
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Its been free for staff during lockdown too. Protects the nurses etc from having to go on public transport.
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"roll" out the vaccine.
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Richard Branston should make it free on Virgin
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He doesn't own Virgin Media any more, it's American now.
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I am not sure he has much control over it, I think an American company license the brand. Liberty global own Virgin media.
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He'd be in a "pickle".
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You may be the" Voice of ALL knowlege", but you have managed two errors in one short sentence...
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That's a bit of a pickle :)
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11/01/2021 12:38:48 1 0
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Nobody cares?
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11/01/2021 12:38:58 1 2
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Because the recent protests are normally only undertaked by the liberal left for which they endorse.
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Because they don't want you to have your say. It really is that simple which is frightening. Their new tory donor chairman probably decided this.
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Great news. Poor kids deserve access to online learning just as much as richer kids.
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The milk stealing meal voucher cancelling toffs would disagree.
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Is there a Bitesize English lesson on the correct use of hyphenation?
By the amount of down votes, looks like a lot of southern toff BBC sympathizers on here. .. tw*ts and mugs. Removed
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Yes is was so sad when labour cancelled free school milk for all primary schools.
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Personally I think all children should be receiving 6 a day education from a professional teacher in person
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Great! What are doing to get this initiated? Posting on BBC?
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11/01/2021 13:00:37 2 2
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They can. Just watch recorded lessons. It is medieval to be repeating everything live to crowd herds in closed rooms, to other people’s dictated timetables.
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Out of curiosity I watched a Bitesize programme on Maths this morning. I know I'm old but really having 2 or 3 chumps singing about capacity and volume without explanation is to my mind a fair indicator of some of today's problems in education.
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Well done 2or 3 = all problems in education. Maths or comments not your strong point
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its the all singing all dancing way things are done nowadays,evidently you learn physics through dance
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That was the special addition for Gavin Williamson.
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Ed
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If I couldn't understand basic maths aimed at children I wouldn't go on the internet to tell everyone, but you do you I guess.
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11/01/2021 17:01:50 1 0
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My dear chap, haven't you got it, ALL lessons must ENTERTAIN, now, because the attention span of children is equivalent in MINUTES to their age in YEARS!!
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Excellent contribution by the bbc

... although schools should really have the infrastructure already set up .... it is a repeat of the lockdown in March




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Lack of government funding again, still contracts for chronies seems to escape that little issue.......
I wonder if the BBC will bang on about the slave trade, forgetting to mention that it was the rich establishment doing it and not the general public?

(from a mixed race person)
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Hopefully they will also look at the strenuous efforts to suppress the Slave Trade and in particular the Royal Navy's role in suppressing the trade.
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11/01/2021 12:43:57 20 0
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So your alternative is they do not learn? It's the twenty first century, things are online.
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11/01/2021 12:46:41 1 13
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I'd prefer my kid to be in class to be fair, but given as the Government have closed schools due an abhorrent Covid obsession then that's not gonna happen anytime soon. Schools have been off for 3 and half weeks now yet cases aren't dropping. Maybe, just maybe that schools aren't the issue?
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11/01/2021 13:06:13 3 0
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Or maybe just maybe there is a 7-10 day incubation period that means any action takes several weeks to take effect.
It’s one reason that governments who’ve been proactive ( NZ japan Australia Taiwan Iceland ) have been more successful than the reactive ones (UK USA Brazil).
Similarly vaccines will help, but there needs understanding this will take several months.
We need realistic expectations
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Free speech isn't impeded private companies have enough of their rubbish. It's not "your right" to have a social media account, it's an add on/luxury you're free to have.

You're still "free" to say X, it's just company Y is within their right to show you the door.

Look at Parler cackling themselves because 70+tb of data has been archived. They're not so keen on free speech now.

Snowflakes.
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Excellent contribution by the bbc

... although schools should really have the infrastructure already set up .... it is a repeat of the lockdown in March




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I feel Teachers unions are not in full support of On line learning. If it proves to be successful could start in encroach on the classroom post pandemic.
I wonder if the BBC will bang on about the slave trade, forgetting to mention that it was the rich establishment doing it and not the general public?

(from a mixed race person)
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History rarely mentions the general public because, generally, they are up to mundane stuff that most don't care about (like trying to survive). History mentions the movers, shakers and the highlights.
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when i grow up i am going to make my money the old fashioned way-by printing it
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11/01/2021 12:45:13 152 19
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This mornings was quite good. My lad loved it and the supply teacher is funny. In a weird twist that not even the simpsons predicted, ginger spice is tomorrow’s English teacher ??

Congrats and can’t wait. We all enjoyed it. Why the hell did bbc abandon kids telly for cheap cookery shows?
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There are channels for kids, Cbeebies and CBBC are two. We should really cherish the BBC for all the content it provides before it's too late.
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They don’t make many shows though. It’s all purchased content from Ireland or Canada. One of the things we do well (if you have ever taught abroad) is educational content...
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It was too late, 10 years ago!
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Funny that! Kids don't usually pay for a TV licence. Unlike most oldies who would have done when they were younger.

If kids can watch using the licence bought by their parents why can't the old watch on the licence paid for by their children.

More seriously, I agree. Ditto for BT/EE being prepared to reach out to their existing customers. Loyalty needs to pay, not be a opportunity to exploit.
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the trouble is, unless you read news from other news sites, you'll never know what the BBC doesn't broadcast.
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I'd rather pay netflix..
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BBC programmes are politically biased propaganda or banal trash.
The bbc should stop pushing outrageous conspiracy theories onto the public.

Scottish football is NOT elite sport.
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11/01/2021 12:55:26 28 7
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That’s ridiculous I live in Scotland and Scottish football is better than Women’s football, so maybe they should bust that myth first.
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Nor is it a sport, rather a medium for sectarian sabre rattling
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Over to you Vodafone, O2, Three...
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Virgin, Tesco Mobile......
Richard Branston should make it free on Virgin
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He doesn't own Virgin Media any more, it's American now.
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Looks like he was not the Voice of ALL knowledge
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Looking forward to the U-turns from all the 'Defund the BBC' Gammons
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And diorrea's!
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And what? You need to get an education!
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Can you tell us the definition of that word!
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What?
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Personally I think all children should be receiving 6 a day education from a professional teacher in person
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Great! What are doing to get this initiated? Posting on BBC?
Richard Branston should make it free on Virgin
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I am not sure he has much control over it, I think an American company license the brand. Liberty global own Virgin media.
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Looking forward to the U-turns from all the 'Defund the BBC' Gammons
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11/01/2021 12:50:17 2 4
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This offer will not save the BBC after the inquiry into the actions of the BBC during Brexit
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11/01/2021 12:56:49 4 1
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Yeah they should have really got stuck into the Vote Leave charlatans and right wing fascists, not a perfect world though and by and large the BBC really is a force for good.
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11/01/2021 12:51:29 2 9
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When, considering a large proportion of educated kids go in to the private sector, will governments request the companies to start to fund the education in the UK. It’s time these companies are asked to pay and we all know it will be tax deductible. Win win.
I wonder if the BBC will bang on about the slave trade, forgetting to mention that it was the rich establishment doing it and not the general public?

(from a mixed race person)
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11/01/2021 12:51:30 0 0
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In school's it is taught that poor people at the time had little say in the making of laws and protesters were often killed (Peterloo).
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11/01/2021 12:45:34 44 2
bbc
Good. These are the type of arrangements we need at this time. On a similar note I've noticed the car park is now free at my local hospital while they role out the vaccine.
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11/01/2021 12:51:34 52 12
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Should always be free!
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11/01/2021 15:00:23 2 4
bbc
Can't always be free, somewhere somebody is footing the bill so silly comment
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11/01/2021 17:38:27 0 0
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Still got to manage it where the hospital car park would be useful for shopping, work, going to cinema, etc... Vouchers from reception desk on proof of hospital usage?
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11/01/2021 12:51:37 58 4
bbc
At one time, Bitesize was a great addition to teacher input when revising for SATs in school.

It should give much-needed assistance to many parents involved in home schooling.

Well done to those companies making it more accessible to those who need it.
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11/01/2021 13:16:34 40 17
bbc
Hopefully BBC Bitesize will also teach everyone , including their presenters how to pronounce the word ask correctly!
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11/01/2021 13:26:31 2 6
bbc
Time for the bbc to suspend the licence fee so all kids can access the content truly for free same arguments for free broadband apply to the bbc licence
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11/01/2021 13:46:14 4 13
bbc
Not well done to the bbc who continues to charge and prosecute to obtain the tv licence surely that should be free for all for the same reasons during a national crisis?
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11/01/2021 12:44:01 39 19
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Out of curiosity I watched a Bitesize programme on Maths this morning. I know I'm old but really having 2 or 3 chumps singing about capacity and volume without explanation is to my mind a fair indicator of some of today's problems in education.
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11/01/2021 12:51:39 23 24
bbc
Well done 2or 3 = all problems in education. Maths or comments not your strong point
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11/01/2021 13:02:39 3 5
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Sorry I don't understand your comment. As for Maths not sure what you mean, OR is a logic function and as such it produces at least two possible outputs rather than your conclusion of, "all problems in education". You'll note the use of the word "some" in my final sentence.
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11/01/2021 12:48:07 149 54
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There are channels for kids, Cbeebies and CBBC are two. We should really cherish the BBC for all the content it provides before it's too late.
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11/01/2021 12:51:54 17 2
bbc
They don’t make many shows though. It’s all purchased content from Ireland or Canada. One of the things we do well (if you have ever taught abroad) is educational content...
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11/01/2021 12:44:01 39 19
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Out of curiosity I watched a Bitesize programme on Maths this morning. I know I'm old but really having 2 or 3 chumps singing about capacity and volume without explanation is to my mind a fair indicator of some of today's problems in education.
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11/01/2021 12:52:40 7 4
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its the all singing all dancing way things are done nowadays,evidently you learn physics through dance
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Al
11/01/2021 13:12:29 5 3
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I think that’s how Professor Brian Cox learnt it. And maybe Doctor Brian May for that matter too.
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11/01/2021 14:21:12 3 0
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isn't it terrible people doing things differently to the way you demand they should be done.
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LH
11/01/2021 17:02:45 0 0
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Yes, don't you know the dance: the Quantum Leap?
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11/01/2021 12:52:46 6 19
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I saw that man boy williamson has MANDATED that there should be 3-5 hours online learning. That dictator knows nothing about education and stick to selling fireplaces.
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11/01/2021 12:57:36 4 0
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Its compulsory for all kids 5-16 (18 in England) to be in full time education. 3-5 hrs a day is short of what the law requires. What do you think kids should do at a min?
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11/01/2021 12:45:34 44 2
bbc
Good. These are the type of arrangements we need at this time. On a similar note I've noticed the car park is now free at my local hospital while they role out the vaccine.
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11/01/2021 12:52:54 6 1
bbc
Its been free for staff during lockdown too. Protects the nurses etc from having to go on public transport.
Nice, the BBC can teach kids in poverty across the UK that they have 'white privilege'... Removed
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11/01/2021 12:53:57 0 0
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Like they did in the 1970s when they showed Alf Garnett to be the fool when he thought he had white privilege?
I suppose the right wing press didn't make an issue if the BBC standing up for what is right then but its certainly not a new thing.
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11/01/2021 12:54:10 3 8
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Great but I’d imagine that 99.99% of people will run it just run it using WiFi at home ... especially considering we are in lockdown.
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11/01/2021 12:56:52 9 0
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It's for people who don't have WiFi access.
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11/01/2021 12:54:16 9 17
bbc
Wow! is it time to re-negotiate the licence fee again?
“ Look what the BBC do for the public”
That will be another £50 added to the fee please
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11/01/2021 13:04:00 1 3
bbc
Too little too late. This is the bbc looking to move sectors to replace schooling as state free education. They aim to be funded out of the education budget instead of a licence tax. Fairly obviously cheap and easy to replace all school teachers with bbc professionally produced lessons, seen by every child at no added cost.
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11/01/2021 12:44:20 22 10
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Excellent contribution by the bbc

... although schools should really have the infrastructure already set up .... it is a repeat of the lockdown in March




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11/01/2021 12:54:44 9 5
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Its not the SCHOOLS that need the infastructure. Its the kids homes that need reasonable broadband and devices to access it.

One of the fews things Corbyn got right was the plan for free, decent broadband for all homes. It would have been a better use of public funds than £20bn for a failed track and trace system.
Why is the BBC refusing to allow HYS on the US situation? Removed
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11/01/2021 12:55:22 0 0
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Has your request been turned down, or do you mean 'not have an NHS' as opposed to 'refusing' ?

Most likely because they're more interested in public opinion on matters that are directly affect their primary audience, the British public.
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11/01/2021 12:57:19 1 0
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That should real 'HYS' a Freudian slip :-)
The bbc should stop pushing outrageous conspiracy theories onto the public.

Scottish football is NOT elite sport.
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11/01/2021 12:55:26 28 7
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That’s ridiculous I live in Scotland and Scottish football is better than Women’s football, so maybe they should bust that myth first.
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11/01/2021 13:27:32 1 2
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low bar?
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11/01/2021 14:13:51 0 0
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It really isn't.
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11/01/2021 12:44:41 91 104
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Even better if the Labour party’s free internet for all policy was implemented?
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11/01/2021 12:55:41 7 27
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Free broadband is the worst policy ever. The upper and middle classes do not need the Government to provide them with complimentary internet access. What would be far more effective would be a £30 per month voucher for broadband given to the poorest in our society who need internet access (ie not pensioners who don’t use computers or tablets).
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11/01/2021 12:58:54 6 13
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This would be far more cost- effective and would mean those that can afford to pay for internet will continue to pay and those that can’t and need internet access can have it free of charge. The idea of giving Kensington millionaires free broadband is simply laughable.
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11/01/2021 13:04:51 25 5
bbc
Pensioners don’t use computers or tablets?!
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11/01/2021 13:07:30 11 8
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£350 a year to Sky for something thats almost essential for normal life is practically an additional tax to Murdoch. The current providers can't be bothered providing a decent service to out of the way communities either. The economy of scale of state provided internet would drive the price right down for everyone.

Your idea would have most taxpayers paying Sky et all twice!
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11/01/2021 13:36:26 17 0
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Are you being serious? Pensioners, as you incorrectly call them, are as reliant on technology as everyone, my 86 year old parents do everything online, especially as they have been shielding for nearly a year. And don't presume all retired people can afford to pay these astronomical broadband prices. Many live hand to mouth on pitiful state pensions.
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11/01/2021 13:52:33 5 1
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What a miserable specimen that makes you, you denigrate the elderly through your ignorance and arrogance and shows it is you who live in the dark ages
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11/01/2021 14:06:29 8 0
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"What would be far more effective would be a £30 per month voucher for broadband given to the poorest in our society who need internet access (ie not pensioners who don’t use computers or tablets)."

Those would be the same pensioners who wrote most of the code that underlies our banking system and helped create the network that gave us the internet. A 94 year old relative regularly uses it.
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11/01/2021 14:18:07 3 0
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It would probably cost the govt less to just provide free basic broadband to everyone, funded from general taxation, than it would to pay for all the assessments etc to figure out who "needs" it.
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11/01/2021 15:16:40 4 0
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Do you very mind? I suspect a free service would pay for itself pretty quickly. A better equipped, better informed, better trained and more knowledgeable population could only be a good thing. Not that I'd want them in government, but Milner and Curzon had some sensible policies. Oh, and I'd rather writers used "free" when that's what they mean.

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11/01/2021 15:46:27 1 0
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"ie not pensioners who don’t use computers or tablets"

I was almost prepared to take your post seriously, until that last bit of appallingly demeaning and out-of-touch ignorance. Internet was an absolute lifeline for my late mother in the final years of her life.
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11/01/2021 16:43:37 1 0
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So, let me get this right! 'Pensioners' are NOT amongst the "poorest in our society"?? Have you ever tried living on JUST the State Pension: £134.25 per week, from which Council tax of about £200 per month, and other 'utilities' (water, gas, electricity, etc.) must be paid!!
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11/01/2021 23:21:30 2 0
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Nonsense. It is like saying pavements are free for the supposed poor but charge everyone else. Biased hand outs with means testing, breeds divisions and resentments. Always has hardships for most on the dividing line. Universal basic broadband should be a national free to use basic infrastructure like pavements. Not least as government and so many more are insisting on its use.
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11/01/2021 12:55:55 2 11
bbc
What about electricity costs? We're all spending a fortune. And thE profits don't even go to Boris' mates cos our electric companies are mostly foreign owned.
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11/01/2021 13:12:59 6 0
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A lot cheaper than the cost of the fuel used to drive the little darlings to school.
The bbc should stop pushing outrageous conspiracy theories onto the public.

Scottish football is NOT elite sport.
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11/01/2021 12:56:07 4 3
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Nor is it a sport, rather a medium for sectarian sabre rattling
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11/01/2021 13:03:26 5 3
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Maybe back in 1989 day when Mo Johnston was headline news as the first catholic to play for Rangers. These days with both teams largely African its even more ridiculous than ever.
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11/01/2021 13:22:00 3 2
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Contrary to popular belief and ignorance, there are more than 2 teams in Scotland but what would you know and who cares.
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11/01/2021 12:45:13 152 19
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This mornings was quite good. My lad loved it and the supply teacher is funny. In a weird twist that not even the simpsons predicted, ginger spice is tomorrow’s English teacher ??

Congrats and can’t wait. We all enjoyed it. Why the hell did bbc abandon kids telly for cheap cookery shows?
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11/01/2021 12:49:30 5 9
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Horrible Histories is good, in one early ( 2011 ?) episode they put the cause of the Second World War firmly with the German invasion of Poland. In a later episode, the causes of the Second World War included the Nazi and Russian invasion of Poland.
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11/01/2021 13:08:00 27 55
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Except the recent woke tainted content such as the brexit episode be careful what this lot slip in to so called educational content
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11/01/2021 13:10:36 30 3
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Seems fair enough to me. Britain and France declared war on Germany 2 days after they invaded western Poland but before the Russians invaded the other half. A show aimed at kids isn't going to cover the subtleties of the Versaille treaty or appeasement in a few mins. The World at War struggled!
Richard Branston should make it free on Virgin
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11/01/2021 12:50:45 3 1
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He'd be in a "pickle".
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11/01/2021 12:50:17 2 4
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This offer will not save the BBC after the inquiry into the actions of the BBC during Brexit
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11/01/2021 12:56:49 4 1
bbc
Yeah they should have really got stuck into the Vote Leave charlatans and right wing fascists, not a perfect world though and by and large the BBC really is a force for good.
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11/01/2021 12:54:10 3 8
bbc
Great but I’d imagine that 99.99% of people will run it just run it using WiFi at home ... especially considering we are in lockdown.
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11/01/2021 12:56:52 9 0
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It's for people who don't have WiFi access.
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11/01/2021 12:58:11 1 6
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...and who would that be.
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11/01/2021 13:00:27 1 1
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Think about that!
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11/01/2021 12:48:25 9 0
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He doesn't own Virgin Media any more, it's American now.
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11/01/2021 12:56:58 1 0
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Looks like he was not the Voice of ALL knowledge
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11/01/2021 12:49:20 0 0
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And diorrea's!
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11/01/2021 12:57:01 2 0
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And what? You need to get an education!
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11/01/2021 12:55:22 0 0
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Has your request been turned down, or do you mean 'not have an NHS' as opposed to 'refusing' ?

Most likely because they're more interested in public opinion on matters that are directly affect their primary audience, the British public.
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11/01/2021 12:57:19 1 0
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That should real 'HYS' a Freudian slip :-)
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11/01/2021 12:57:33 4 6
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Why wouldn’t it be? I sort of assumed these other services automatically duplicated the free to air channels.

You do not need broadband to get tv, bbc etc. Stop the affected nonsense whinging on about the 'poor'. Show off Lady Bountifuls.
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11/01/2021 12:52:46 6 19
bbc
I saw that man boy williamson has MANDATED that there should be 3-5 hours online learning. That dictator knows nothing about education and stick to selling fireplaces.
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11/01/2021 12:57:36 4 0
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Its compulsory for all kids 5-16 (18 in England) to be in full time education. 3-5 hrs a day is short of what the law requires. What do you think kids should do at a min?
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11/01/2021 13:13:29 0 0
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5 hours of actual teaching is fine, this excludes lunch break etc and time for kids to study/do homework.
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11/01/2021 13:14:36 0 0
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In primary schools, actual teaching probably occupies little more than 3 hours a day, taking into account breaks, lunch time etc. Some subjects, such as PE and drama, can't be taught on-line. So most core learning can continue. In secondary schools, most teaching is followed up by assignments to be completed by the next lesson, or emailed to the teacher for marking.
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11/01/2021 12:44:01 39 19
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Out of curiosity I watched a Bitesize programme on Maths this morning. I know I'm old but really having 2 or 3 chumps singing about capacity and volume without explanation is to my mind a fair indicator of some of today's problems in education.
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11/01/2021 12:57:41 5 3
bbc
That was the special addition for Gavin Williamson.
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11/01/2021 12:40:03 107 12
bbc
Great news. Poor kids deserve access to online learning just as much as richer kids.
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11/01/2021 12:57:44 13 22
bbc
Just what mum's top of the range iphone needed.
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11/01/2021 13:00:57 23 10
bbc
That they perhaps bought before the pandemic brought hard times? Don't be so quick to judge
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11/01/2021 12:45:13 152 19
bbc
This mornings was quite good. My lad loved it and the supply teacher is funny. In a weird twist that not even the simpsons predicted, ginger spice is tomorrow’s English teacher ??

Congrats and can’t wait. We all enjoyed it. Why the hell did bbc abandon kids telly for cheap cookery shows?
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11/01/2021 12:57:50 12 4
bbc
Ginger Spice. Bet a few dad's will be joining that lesson tomorrow
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11/01/2021 13:48:51 1 2
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Doubt it
She's as rough as toast these days Removed
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11/01/2021 12:56:52 9 0
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It's for people who don't have WiFi access.
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11/01/2021 12:58:11 1 6
bbc
...and who would that be.
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11/01/2021 12:59:54 8 0
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Children who’s parents prioritise breakfast over broadband.
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11/01/2021 13:15:31 0 0
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Many of our children don't have wifi, or their signal is too weak to cope. Many don't have laptops etc which would need it, which is why we are trying to get more of these devices out to them, along with mobile wifi dongles.
Richard Branston should make it free on Virgin
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11/01/2021 12:58:41 1 0
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You may be the" Voice of ALL knowlege", but you have managed two errors in one short sentence...
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11/01/2021 12:55:41 7 27
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Free broadband is the worst policy ever. The upper and middle classes do not need the Government to provide them with complimentary internet access. What would be far more effective would be a £30 per month voucher for broadband given to the poorest in our society who need internet access (ie not pensioners who don’t use computers or tablets).
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11/01/2021 12:58:54 6 13
bbc
This would be far more cost- effective and would mean those that can afford to pay for internet will continue to pay and those that can’t and need internet access can have it free of charge. The idea of giving Kensington millionaires free broadband is simply laughable.
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11/01/2021 13:05:35 15 15
bbc
Yes but it won't be just millionaires paying will it, all bill payers will pay i think this idea was killed off with the rest of the free handouts corbyn was promising without doing the figures socialism is great at spending other 0eo0les earnings until they run out
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11/01/2021 12:58:11 1 6
bbc
...and who would that be.
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11/01/2021 12:59:54 8 0
bbc
Children who’s parents prioritise breakfast over broadband.
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11/01/2021 13:03:58 1 3
bbc
I’m not sure which decade in the 20th century you live in, but the majority of people with children are capable of doing both.
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11/01/2021 13:13:56 0 0
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But not a smartphone presumably?
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11/01/2021 13:00:02 27 3
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The national curriculum is the same for every child (in core subjects like maths and English): this should have been done from day one in the first lockdown.

In the grand scheme of things, having a good teacher on camera delivering lessons isn't that expensive, and would mean that schools could be completely closed, with teachers' time dedicated to individual support by email, zoom etc.
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11/01/2021 13:36:20 11 0
bbc
Agreed. However, the Bitesize offering was actually scaled up during the spring lockdown.
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11/01/2021 13:46:14 1 0
bbc
What do you think they have been doing since last March
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11/01/2021 14:17:17 0 0
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The government should have got professional training companies to produce material for the curriculum at the start. They have the tech and experience of online training. It would have cost peanuts in the scale of covid spending and would have made online teacher more consistent.
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11/01/2021 14:20:02 1 0
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no it wouldn't schools have children of key workers attending.
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11/01/2021 13:00:16 6 8
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Data allowances shouldn't exist in the first place.
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11/01/2021 13:11:37 2 0
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Why?
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11/01/2021 14:14:14 0 0
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so who would pay for the data
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11/01/2021 12:56:52 9 0
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It's for people who don't have WiFi access.
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11/01/2021 13:00:27 1 1
bbc
Think about that!
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11/01/2021 13:00:30 3 20
bbc
Kids back in school please. Punish the people who are REALLY responsible for spreading the virus. Not schoolkids. #toriesdestroykidseducationsandmentalhealthforyearstocomeneedlessly
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11/01/2021 13:02:56 7 0
bbc
Hashtag outraged awards goes to......
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11/01/2021 13:04:21 6 0
bbc
Quite ridiculous. Kids spread viruses, take it home, infect relatives, etc., etc.
#notverycleveratallusingasillyhashtagwhentryingtoscorecheappoints
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11/01/2021 12:45:58 1 16
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Personally I think all children should be receiving 6 a day education from a professional teacher in person
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11/01/2021 13:00:37 2 2
bbc
They can. Just watch recorded lessons. It is medieval to be repeating everything live to crowd herds in closed rooms, to other people’s dictated timetables.
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11/01/2021 13:00:52 0 5
bbc
Lap tops only replace what teacher spouts in "the banking method". Current school children are learning that what they are being told to do from the lap top or the telly = education. How are we going get all round healthy education back on track when we get on top of the current disease. You don't have to be a genius to see what is being encouraged. In the name of what though i have no idea?
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11/01/2021 13:00:55 64 21
bbc
Watchef with my son this morning. Was great. Beeb needs to concentrate on proper quality like this, rather than the usual celebrity drivel and generation woke programmes it makes
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11/01/2021 13:05:29 51 31
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The BBC has a charter to produce content for the whole of the population, not just the bits you like.
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11/01/2021 13:09:14 20 6
bbc
Agree re the quality, shame you then descended to bias and reference to "woke". We don't all share the same tastes and prejudices and this must be a good thing.
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11/01/2021 13:27:22 12 8
bbc
What is this `woke' thing certain people keep ranting about?
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11/01/2021 14:22:38 1 5
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Yawn, you breeders are boring folk.
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11/01/2021 12:57:44 13 22
bbc
Just what mum's top of the range iphone needed.
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11/01/2021 13:00:57 23 10
bbc
That they perhaps bought before the pandemic brought hard times? Don't be so quick to judge
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11/01/2021 13:01:56 3 5
bbc
Why - given that we have national schools, curricula (regional variations?) and an obligation to plan and prepare lessons in advance - have we not had national education resources on sch.uk for decades already?

Narrowband Internet access in the UK to 2nd level public sector domains like sch, nhs, police, gov (libraries?) etc should be free. The BBC should *not* be available this way.
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11/01/2021 13:07:41 2 0
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Yes a simple digital tv channel could have replaced the entire cost of schools. The reason why not is in that. Vested interests in not changing to modernise. Like shops would have stopped online selling if they were state owned and run. Only free childcare is valued and still saving them from the modern world, so far.
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11/01/2021 13:18:01 1 0
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The reason is that headteachers, teachers and unions hate the thought that children can be educated in ways that don't include herding them together in classrooms in hugely wasteful and inefficient education establishments called schools. Wake up. It's time for some out-of-the-box thinking about how we do education in the modern technological age. Big schools are redundant.
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11/01/2021 13:00:30 3 20
bbc
Kids back in school please. Punish the people who are REALLY responsible for spreading the virus. Not schoolkids. #toriesdestroykidseducationsandmentalhealthforyearstocomeneedlessly
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11/01/2021 13:02:56 7 0
bbc
Hashtag outraged awards goes to......
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11/01/2021 13:04:36 1 2
bbc
Haha thanks. Award duly accepted .
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11/01/2021 12:56:07 4 3
bbc
Nor is it a sport, rather a medium for sectarian sabre rattling
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11/01/2021 13:03:26 5 3
bbc
Maybe back in 1989 day when Mo Johnston was headline news as the first catholic to play for Rangers. These days with both teams largely African its even more ridiculous than ever.
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11/01/2021 12:59:54 8 0
bbc
Children who’s parents prioritise breakfast over broadband.
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11/01/2021 13:03:58 1 3
bbc
I’m not sure which decade in the 20th century you live in, but the majority of people with children are capable of doing both.
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11/01/2021 13:09:51 0 3
bbc
Everyone would prioritise their children’s breakfast over mobile phones or broadband so it’s irrelevant.
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11/01/2021 12:54:16 9 17
bbc
Wow! is it time to re-negotiate the licence fee again?
“ Look what the BBC do for the public”
That will be another £50 added to the fee please
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11/01/2021 13:04:00 1 3
bbc
Too little too late. This is the bbc looking to move sectors to replace schooling as state free education. They aim to be funded out of the education budget instead of a licence tax. Fairly obviously cheap and easy to replace all school teachers with bbc professionally produced lessons, seen by every child at no added cost.
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11/01/2021 13:04:16 2 2
bbc
A good idea, & good on the companies, both BT, for allowing free access to the BBC sites.
Though judging by some comments that get posted here, those posters would struggle with the lessons provide.
I wonder if the lessons will cover the book "Worthy to Escape: Why All Believers Will Not Be Raptured Before the Tribulation" by Adrian Zenz who's often quoted here & in The Guardian
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11/01/2021 13:08:27 5 0
bbc
And just seeing "Bitesize Daily - Science Week" now on BBC2and this will annoy some, they are reading Greta Thunberg's book
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11/01/2021 13:00:30 3 20
bbc
Kids back in school please. Punish the people who are REALLY responsible for spreading the virus. Not schoolkids. #toriesdestroykidseducationsandmentalhealthforyearstocomeneedlessly
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11/01/2021 13:04:21 6 0
bbc
Quite ridiculous. Kids spread viruses, take it home, infect relatives, etc., etc.
#notverycleveratallusingasillyhashtagwhentryingtoscorecheappoints
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11/01/2021 13:02:56 7 0
bbc
Hashtag outraged awards goes to......
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11/01/2021 13:04:36 1 2
bbc
Haha thanks. Award duly accepted .