And former Brexit Party MEP Rupert Lowe backed him up, calling the BBC a “state monopoly” which he said sought to “brainwash” the British people. Sir John, Tory MP for Wokingham, was reacting after Labor leader Sir Keir Starmer confirmed there would be no attempt to join the EU, instead insisting his party would find a way to ‘make the Brexit”.

Without naming Sir Keir or any other Labor heavyweights, Sir John tweeted: ‘The BBC asks Labor why they don’t want to re-enter the EU single market, but refuse to challenge them on how they think the UE could be persuaded to change its extreme interpretation of the NI protocol.

“As always, the BBC resolutely accepts the wrongdoings of the EU.”

Mr Lowe, who served alongside Nigel Farage in Brussels in 2019, said: ‘I totally endorse John Redwood’s succinct summary of the BBC’s continued bias.

Mr Lowe, who served alongside Nigel Farage in Brussels in 2019, said: ‘I totally endorse John Redwood’s succinct summary of the BBC’s continued bias.

“The sooner it is defunded, the sooner Britain will stop being brainwashed by a state monopoly funded by a compulsory levy on the electorate, including our elderly citizens.”

The BBC had been ‘complicit’ in what Mr Lowe called ‘the post-war European experiment in emulating the United States’, saying it had brought ‘untold misery to southern Europe’ and would continue to do so until the euro collapses, which he suggested was inevitable.

JUSTINE: Keir Starmer’s ‘cynical U-turn’: I’m not going to undo Brexit

Sir Keir outlined his approach to the EU in a keynote speech on Monday in which he insisted he did not want to reopen old arguments.

In a series of broadcast interviews, he later told the BBC: “I want Brexit to work. We want to move forward, not backward.

“It’s not about reintegrating. It is not a question of returning to the single market or the customs union. We have left the EU, there is no need to return.

“What we can’t do is reopen all of these arguments, all of these divisions, which have caused so much anguish in recent years.

“We need to move forward with a better deal that unlocks the blockages that exist, allows us to trade more successfully and grow the economy.”

Previously, Baroness Jenny Chapman, shadow minister of state in the Cabinet Office, denied that Labor intends to ‘undo’ Brexit.

She told BBC Breakfast: “I think that would be the last thing the country wants to see. We’ve had so many divisions since 2016. I think the last thing Keir Starmer certainly wants to do is see this all over again.

“But we think the Conservatives, because they have this way of dealing with issues, which is, if we have to create a struggle to get political support within our party, we will.

“They’re taking that approach to issues like Northern Ireland and we think that’s irresponsible, and we want to see those issues resolved.”

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