GB news Several companies pulled ads from new channels and were subject to a wide range of boycotts during the first week of the broadcast.Following severe criticism from presenter Andrew Neil Nigel Farage Some companies have confirmed that they have already made a U-turn to the decision. The GB News host said: “There are many companies that are being bullied online by these extreme activists.
“These companies say,’Oh, dear, we’ll have to withdraw from GB News ads.'”
“I’m happy to say that in the last couple of days, some of these companies are now rethinking.
“But it really represents call-out culture in the worst case.”
Bishop Auckland MP guest Dehenna Davison agreed that the “cultural cancellation” movement was of particular concern as the boycott call began long before GB News began broadcasting.
Davison said: “The important point raised there was to ask people to boycott GB News four months before the start of the broadcast, before they knew who the presenters were, before they knew the format of the show, and before they knew it. That’s the topic we’ll cover here.
“It certainly shows that there is an idealistic story, the ideological motive behind their actions.
“And I think it’s really really sad to see the social media teams of these companies panicking on Twitter. This is, as we know, real life. Is a perfect reflection of …
“This is a channel that is fully approved by Ofcom, regulated by Ofcom, and has a wide range of presenters and views.”
“There is no doubt that many oppose some of what GB News commentators have to say. Many oppose what they see and hear on the BBC, Sky News, and other media.
“But if you don’t like those ideas, switch. Don’t be silent.
“We should not prevent people from having a conversation just because we disagree with them.”
Both IKEA and Vodafone have revealed that they may resume advertising after the review.
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