Robin Aitken

Robin Aitken MBE is a British journalist who for many years worked for the BBC. His 2007 book Can We Trust the BBC? alleged pervasive and institutional liberal-left wing bias at the national broadcaster

As the guns of the Western Front fell silent, Britain fought a quiet but decisive war alongside Estonia to check Soviet expansion

The BBC is still mired in liberal groupthink

Why did the BBC give money to a pro-trans lobby group in the first place?

Trying to bring large, arrogant public institutions to book is exhausting

Ofcom is currently a bastion of woke liberal values; appointing Paul Dacre as the new head would go a long way in redressing the balance

The BBC has been wholly partisan in its coverage of Donald Trump ever since he was elected

Dissident voices are not being heard on the BBC, writes Robin Aitken