is operationally and editorially independent of government and there is no provision for the government to intervene in the BBC’s day-to-day operations. The government has embedded impartiality in the BBC Charter
and public purposes. The BBC Board
is responsible for ensuring the BBC delivers its Charter obligations and Ofcom
, as the independent regulator of the BBC, is responsible for holding the BBC to account in fulfilling its mission and public purposes. Alongside this, the Ofcom Broadcasting Code
requires all broadcasters, including the BBC, to report and present news with due accuracy and impartiality.