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Union criticise ‘heavy-handed’ BBC decision to ban Graham Norton from wearing AIDS ribbon

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  1. Surely, the idiot(s) who sanctioned the BBCs action against one of the UKs most popular and openly gay artists on their books must have realised the furore that would ensue.
    What is Aunty coming to? And what about the majority of gay and gay-friendly workers in the Corporation? The vocal majority? Don’t they have any say in what was inevitably going to happen?
    The BBCs excuse for doing what it did to Graham Norton simply doesn’t stack up – just read the letters of oposition to what has happened to see just how out of touch is the BBC.

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  3. Frank Boulton 19 Dec 2013, 6:35am

    Many valid criticisms have been made to the BBC concerning its decision to discipline Graham Norton for wearing a red ribbon. The NUJ’s point that the BBC’s action is unacceptable, because four guests on the same show were allowed to wear red ribbons, is probably the most useful argument made so far, as it offers the opportunity of industrial action over discrimination in the workplace.

    The fact that the BBC refuses to answer PN’s questions on the subject demonstrates quite clearly that the BBC does not have a case to argue.

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