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Why is the BBC hiding the results of a report on bias that the media company itself had commissioned?

In 2004, the BBC commissioned a report on the issue of bias with hundreds of hours of radio and television content related to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict analyzed.

More than 15 years later, the report has not been released for consumption by a public that funds the station. In fact, the BBC spent some $500,000 to cover up the conclusions.

Why is the BBC hiding the results? Perhaps it’s because they would reveal what many of us already know – that the BBC has an anti-Israel bias.