REBEL Tories yesterday joined forces with media luvvies to slam plans to sell off Channel 4.
Culture committee boss Julian Knight questioned if the sale was “revenge” for “biased coverage”.
Defiant ministers joined forces with media luvvies to slam plans to sell off Channel 4
Line Of Duty creator Jed Mercurio said a sale of Channel 4 would ‘inflict huge damage on homegrown creative companies’
Ex-leadership hopeful Jeremy Hunt told Times Radio he was “uneasy” about privatisation.
And Line Of Duty creator Jed Mercurio said a sale would “inflict huge damage on homegrown creative companies”.
He went on: “All to silence a critical news outlet, and, as if it needs mentioning, make a few quid for their mates while they’re about it.”
Ministers announced the £1billion sell-off of Channel 4 on Monday.
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Worldwide interest is expected in the sale.
Culture Minister Lord Parkinson told peers: “Like the sale of any Government asset, the sale of Channel 4 would need to meet a careful assessment process to ensure value for money for the taxpayer.”
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