The politician will appear as part of the broadcaster’s coverage of the general election this spring.
The corporation yesterday announced plans to follow the TV debate between major party leaders Gordon Brown, David Cameron and Nick Clegg with a ‘minor parties debate’.
In a statement published on the BBC website, chief political advisor Ric Bailey said: “There will be arrangements in the programming around the BBC debate, a week before polling day, to ensure other parties which have demonstrated they have some electoral support – UKIP, the Green Party and the BNP – will have their say.”
Though ITV and Sky will also air live debates, it has not yet been announced whether they will also make room in their schedules for a similar arrangement.
Griffin’s deputy Simon Darby also revealed the BBC’s plan to feature the far right group in an edition of Panorama in the next few months.”
With the added bonus for the establishment of a Panorama program as well.
Griffarages state handlers must be laughing their socks off at this.
Well spotted anon.
The promotion of the states (multicult.) safety valve (under Griffarage) continues unabated.