Left-wing ‘re-education camp’ floods TV with Corbynistas

A Labour ‘re-education camp’ has been training journalists to flood the BBC’s airwaves with pro-Corbyn commentators.

Pundits who have taken courses with the hard-Left New Economy Organisers Network (Neon) have made more than 60 appearances on the Corporation’s shows since January. 

When they appear, they rail against the ‘mainstream media’ and traditional capitalism, and are taught how to ‘swerve’ difficult questions.

Pundits who have taken courses with the hard-Left New Economy Organisers Network (Neon) have made more than 60 appearances on the Corporation’s shows since January. Commentators such as Grace Blakeley (pictured), a member of Neon’s Spokesperson Network, are frequently booked on high-profile programmes such as BBC Radio 4’s Today

Pundits who have taken courses with the hard-Left New Economy Organisers Network (Neon) have made more than 60 appearances on the Corporation’s shows since January. Commentators such as Grace Blakeley (pictured), a member of Neon’s Spokesperson Network, are frequently booked on high-profile programmes such as BBC Radio 4’s Today

Pundits who have taken courses with the hard-Left New Economy Organisers Network (Neon) have made more than 60 appearances on the Corporation’s shows since January. Commentators such as Grace Blakeley (pictured), a member of Neon’s Spokesperson Network, are frequently booked on high-profile programmes such as BBC Radio 4’s Today

Commentators such as Grace Blakeley, a member of Neon’s Spokesperson Network, are frequently booked on high-profile programmes such as BBC Radio 4’s Today. 

The group’s board of organisers includes Sam Tarry, who organised Mr Corbyn’s leadership campaign. 

Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell has personally endorsed the organisation. Neon boasts of ‘over 1,400 high-profile TV/Radio appearances’ in the past five years – with BBC outlets accounting for the majority of them.

Last night, the BBC faced calls from Chief Secretary to the Treasury Liz Truss to explain why it was seemingly co-operating with Neon’s propaganda push. 

Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell (above) has personally endorsed the organisation. Neon boasts of ‘over 1,400 high-profile TV/Radio appearances’ in the past five years – with BBC outlets accounting for the majority of them

Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell (above) has personally endorsed the organisation. Neon boasts of ‘over 1,400 high-profile TV/Radio appearances’ in the past five years – with BBC outlets accounting for the majority of them

Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell (above) has personally endorsed the organisation. Neon boasts of ‘over 1,400 high-profile TV/Radio appearances’ in the past five years – with BBC outlets accounting for the majority of them

Ms Truss said: ‘The BBC is of course right to seek a balance of views.

‘However, it should not be willingly or unwillingly taking part in a concerted anti- capitalism campaign worthy of George Orwell’s 1984 to poison people against traditional free-market economics. 

‘It’s not as if the Corporation can be unaware as these commentators go on Twitter afterwards to celebrate their appearance.’

A Government source said: ‘The BBC is giving a platform to hard-Left activists posing as journalists and commentators groomed by their very own re-education camp. If they ditched these hateful idealogues, they might be able to produce better quality, balanced shows.’

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