What is funny is despite the best efforts by the thread creator, this issue isn’t on party political lines.
If you go on twitter and see a post where someone has put the case for the BBC being worth the money, listing how it costs
tuppence a day to pay for umpteen services, they often receive a barrage of negative replies slating the corporation.
But these negative responses are generally from left leaning remainers, usually saying they don’t want to pay for
the BBC due to what they see as political bias and want it to end, almost a company version of ‘cancel culture’.
So it clearly isn’t just a ‘Boris/Tory’ thing.
All while the right-wing media (The S*n, Daily Fail ... etc.) frequently say the BBC is too biased towards left-wing and anti-Brexit views.
I can't believe I'm actually "both sides-ing" this, but it's totally possible for lets say, a right-wing person to be able to sprout incorrect facts on Politics Live and the presenter unfortunately doesn't have the correct statistics to hand, or it happens right at the end of the show and they have to go off air without a rebuttal, which people could then perceive as right-wing bias.
Meanwhile on Question Time the panel may, for that week, be slightly more biased towards left-wing or remain views due to who they could book.
Just because there's equal amounts of claims of bias from both sides in a week doesn't mean that the BBC were unbiased during those programmes. Both shows could have had a slight bias one way or the other.
But these are things Ofcom need to investigate first. Not be plastered all over Twitter and other social media, or national newspapers.