BBC does not subscribe to ‘cancel culture’, says director of editorial policy

David Jordan told House of Lords that ‘all points of view’ should be represented by broadcaster

The BBC opposes so-called ‘cancel culture’ and will actively provide a platform for individuals with contrary viewpoints, according to the man who enforces its editorial standards.

David Jordan, the BBC’s director of editorial policy, said the broadcaster should “represent all points of view” and wanted to see a belief in impartiality triumph over identity.

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