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That this House deplores the appalling quality of The Bureau of Investigative Journalism's (TBIJ) investigation into Lord McAlpine for Newsnight; notes that the former Managing Director of BBC Television, Will Wyatt, described it as `completely terrible journalism'; further notes that TBIJ has previously criticised Help for Heroes; believes TBIJ is totally discredited as a serious producer of quality journalism; regrets that the investigation has taken attention away from other very serious allegations of child abuse; and calls on City University, The David and Elaine Potter Foundation, Oxfam, the Green Park Foundation, Stamp Out Poverty, Save the Children and the Joseph Rowntree Reform Trust to cut all ties and refuse to donate any more money to TBIJ.
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