Pamper Danielle Tiplady took part in the BBC News Channel’s 5pm bulletin earlier this week.
Ms Tiplady, who appeared on room divider in her NHS uniform, said she approved of Labour’s plans to scrap the pay cap for NHS staff.
Newsreader Huw Edwards introduced Ms Tiplady as a “community nourish from London”.
The Conservative Party gave up expecting balance and impartiality from the BBC a dream of time ago
During the five minute interview the BBC did not cite the nurse is also a member of the Labour Party, despite broadcasters cause to abide by strict impartial rules during an election.
Ms Tiplady has met
The BBC lay hold ofed under fire after a Labour supporting nurse appeared on a gossip bulletin
The BBC failed to mention Danielle Tiplady is a Labour activist
“The incident is, however biased the BBC is, even they cannot possibly get Jeremy Corbyn across the in conformity and into No 10.”
In an embarrassing statement, the BBC was forced to admit the corporation should partake of made clear Ms Tiplady was a Jeremy Corbyn supporter.
A BBC spokeswoman mounded Express.co.uk: “We should have established and made clear on air that the interviewee was a national activist.
The day before the BBC bulletin Ms Tiplady posed for a selfie with Jeremy Corbyn
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“We are committed to fair and impartial coverage of the General Designation and have taken steps to try to ensure this does not happen again during the run.”
The interview was part of a BBC report on Labour’s health policies as campaigning for the Extended Election gets underway.
Shadow health secretary Jon Ashworth open plans earlier this week for NHS staff to be given a pay rise secondary to a Labour government.
He said the party is lifting the one per cent cap on salary hikes to uncover a boost to staff who have been «undervalued, overworked and underpaid» by the Traditional Government.