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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11/01/2021 12:38:50 5 5
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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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11/01/2021 12:40:49 6 1
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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
Nice, the BBC can teach kids in poverty across the UK that they have 'white privilege'... Removed
Snowflake. 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.
Nice, the BBC can teach kids in poverty across the UK that they have 'white privilege'... Removed
Snowflake. Removed
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 12:45:56 2 1
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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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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).
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 12:56:07 4 3
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Nor is it a sport, rather a medium for sectarian sabre rattling
The milk stealing meal voucher cancelling toffs would disagree.
By the amount of down votes, looks like a lot of southern toff BBC sympathizers on here. .. tw*ts and mugs. Removed
I sincerely hope the Tax Payer isn't pickup the tab, for another Rashford inspired scam. Removed
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11/01/2021 12:57:50 12 4
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Ginger Spice. Bet a few dad's will be joining that lesson tomorrow
She's as rough as toast these days Removed
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11/01/2021 13:22:27 8 4
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Putting content on to educate children is what the bbc is supposed to do so no need to thank it for doing its job better ask why this was not already happening also if the bbc really cares and wants to help suspend the licence fee so all kids can access via TV for free
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11/01/2021 14:35:42 1 8
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It’s no substitute for a proper education though is it. The education that you and your public sector ilk have pushed so hard to shut down.
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The bbc see kids as an untapped market fresh for their world view of misery (climate end of days/ covid) self loathing cancel culture (anything britian achieved in the past is racist) imported (from usa) racial tensions and gang culture and promotion of trans and other sexual issues. No wonder kids are miserable and we are happy to allow this lot loose on kids? Oh and charge us for the privalage Removed
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11/01/2021 14:58:33 1 0
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Oh don't be an idiot!
If you are determined to pursue your agenda, instead of evil unicorns, criticise them for only making it available to licence fee payers. They are punishing children for coming from families which are too poor, or too anti-BBC to pay for a licence
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11/01/2021 15:00:11 2 0
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Mate, you're the one sounding pretty miserable to me.
"Whinge whinge whinge, everyone pay attention to me I'm old and lonely."
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11/01/2021 14:58:29 0 0
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I'll have some of what you're on.
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11/01/2021 15:06:46 1 0
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*privilege
The bbc see kids as an untapped market fresh for their world view of misery (climate end of days/ covid) self loathing cancel culture (anything britian achieved in the past is racist) imported (from usa) racial tensions and gang culture and promotion of trans and other sexual issues. No wonder kids are miserable and we are happy to allow this lot loose on kids? Oh and charge us for the privalage Removed
Oh don't be an idiot!
If you are determined to pursue your agenda, instead of evil unicorns, criticise them for only making it available to licence fee payers. They are punishing children for coming from families which are too poor, or too anti-BBC to pay for a licence
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11/01/2021 14:06:20 1 2
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really really great.

btw, I don't watch videos on this news site because they are always 58 seconds long, and I always feel like they've edited out all the important bits and cut it down to something shorter than a sneeze. is bite size the same?
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11/01/2021 14:52:58 4 3
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Caption competition for the photograph at the to of the page:

Schoolgirl thinks: "Ooooh, that's a hard question! I'll google it..."
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11/01/2021 23:07:04 2 2
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There are no 'starving kids' in the UK.
Only greedy and bad parents that do not feed their own children. Backed by political agitators for self aggrandisement.
Let them eat 'bite sized'. lol

If a child ever starves prosecute the parents. None remotely do.

Others need to replace educational resources, the bbc power grab is very poor content. All sham and display.
What a fool. Put the Daily Mail down and research facts.

Homelessness poverty deprivation malnutrition and destitution along with Foodbanks has risen sharply over the last decade.
Fact What a legacy for this incompetent corrupt right wing government!

Whoever voted for a lazy cheating racist pathological liar to lead the country and expected him to do a good job?

You need educating
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