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The BBC is being accused of moral dishonesty over its decision not to screen the appeal from the Disasters Emergency Committee - which includes Oxfam, Save The Children and The Red Cross. The ever-sharp Robert Butler of the Ashden Directory reminds us that during the broadcast of Live Earth the BBC insisted that Jonathan Ross remind viewers that "climate change may not have been caused by human activity, as the broadcaster tries to stay neutral on current affairs."

The BBC is being accused of moral dishonesty over its decision not to screen the appeal from the Disasters Emergency Committee - which includes Oxfam, Save The Children and The Red Cross. The ever-sharp Robert Butler of the Ashden Directory reminds us that during the broadcast of Live Earth the BBC insisted that Jonathan Ross remind viewers that "climate change may not have been caused by human activity, as the broadcaster tries to stay neutral on current affairs."

Robert wonders what kind of neutrality it is that contradicts the Royal Society, the National Academy of Sciences and the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change.

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