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The BBC apologized to a government council for its report later determined to be biased, Journalism.co.uk reported.

The February BBC segment reported on Basildon council’s “Dale Farm evictions” and suggested ” that the council had failed in its statutory obligations to house or help relocate the travellers facing eviction,” according to the BBC Trust, which considered the council’s complaint.

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The council argued that the program was “inaccurate, misleading and biased” but the Trust only agreed that it was biased, according to Journalism.co.uk.

See the BBC Trust’s report here.

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