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Books, Fashion, and Future: Forecast mail Online IHome Last updated: 21:42 BST, 8 June 2017 Home News I U.S. Sport TV&showbiz Australia l Fema Health Science I Money Video Travel Fashion Finder Latest headlines l world News I You mag Event l Books l Promos l Rewards l Mail shop l Property l Motoring l columnists l Discounts Login May's election gamble BACKFIRES: Stunning exit poll suggests the PM has LOST seats to Labour and Britain is on course for a hung Parliament Sky NEM Ipsos MORIIGfK for SkyNews/BBCITVNews CON LAB LIB DEM UKIP 266 314 34 NEW Theresa May is tonight facing up to the prospect her election gamble has backfired after a stunning exit poll predicted a hung parliament. The forecast of today's election results suggests a disastrous loss of seats for the Conservatives. If the exit poll is borne out by actual results overnight it will mean a stunning defiance of the pundits and the polls by Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn. And it could even see Mr Corbyn headed for No 10 once the final score of today's general election is known. Losing seats would be an unprecedented setback for a Government which called a snap election while riding high in the polls. Mrs May called the election seven weeks ago while enjoying record-breaking advantages and was never thought to be behind during the campaign. The loss of seats will raise immediate questions about Mrs May's future as Conservative leader even if she is able to cobble together the votes in Parliament to stagger on at the head of a minority government comments Cl 2 videos share
Memes, Party, and Home: UK BBC presenter confesses broadcaster ignores complaints of bias Published: 6 Jun 2017 16:10 GMT BBC Newsnight host Evan Davis has admitted that although his employer receives thousands of complaints about alleged editorial bias, producers do not act on them at all. โ€œAll the time we get those [bias accusation] emails. And honestly, no one at the BBC takes those kinds of things into account,โ€ the journalist said during a talk at the Hay Festival on Sunday. โ€œMaybe people at the very top of the BBC do, I donโ€™t know. Maybe they do. But none of the people who are making programs do.โ€ The publicly-owned broadcaster has had to deal with copious accusations of pandering to both the political left and right. Recently, controversy arose after the airing of a BBC election debate, when the Conservative Party lodged a complaint that the audience was too left-leaning. The audience cheered Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn and heckled Conservative stand-in, Home Secretary Amber Rudd. The debate, which Prime Minister Theresa May dodged, was watched by an estimated 3.6 million people. Davis did, however, highlight that the BBC has rather strict guidelines on fairness and representation. โ€œThere are some diktats at the BBC. Theyโ€™ll be on certain specific things like, โ€˜you have to interview a Lib Dem during this part of the campaign,โ€™ โ€˜you cannot not have a Lib Dem on your program,โ€™ or โ€˜you canโ€™t do this thing without having UKIP onโ€™ or something like that,โ€ he argued https:-www.rt.com-uk-391141-bbc-presenter-admits-bias-

BBC Newsnight host Evan Davis has admitted that although his employer receives thousands of complaints about alleged editorial bias, produce...