BBC News Moves to the BunkerJanuary 14, 2013 10:16 by Simon Plosker
It appears that BBC News may have reached a new low. According to the Daily Mail:
The BBC’s new multi-million pound television news studio has been built to be bomb proof to protect journalists from suicide attacks.
The news room sits in a bunker under the main reception at the £1 billion New Broadcasting House.
Staff have been assured they would be protected from a blast should a suicide bomber walk through the front door at the central London facility.
A BBC source told The Sunday Express: ‘It’s directly underneath so if a suicide bomber came in the front door they would be right over it. We’ve been assured it’s bomb proof.’
And we thought that the BBC would have difficulty recognizing terror if it walked through their front door.