Does BBC coverage of the P5+1 deal with Iran adequately promote audience understanding of the issue?

BBC Watch

When the P5+1 signed the interim agreement with Iran on November 24th the BBC’s coverage of the event was – to put it mildly – very extensive. But as the details of the deal emerged in the following days and weeks and questions on all manner of related subjects began to be raised, the level of coverage declined notably.

An article titled “Iran nuclear deal: Key points” was produced on November 25th and several of the many other reports appearing on the BBC News website at the time included repetitions of those ‘key points’ as complied by the BBC – for example here, here and here

Key Points Iran deal

Reservations regarding the efficacy of the interim deal in general and specific aspects of it in particular have been voiced in a variety of quarters, but beyond a sometimes strident focus on Israeli objections to the…

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