Which channel is best for watching the BBC’s new documentary on Britain’s Brexit?
The BBC is preparing to launch a new documentary about Britain’s exit from the European Union.
But some critics say it’s not the right channel to discuss the topic.
The BBC’s flagship political and social coverage, The World At One, is already attracting attention for its portrayal of the UK’s Brexit vote, which saw the country’s exit vote win the backing of the nation’s two largest political parties.
It follows a series of reports on the UK by the British news channel, BBC Newsnight, as well as by the BBC World Service and by the Newsnight radio programme.
“There is a lot of interest in this subject,” said James Davenport, a political commentator and journalist who covers the British parliament.
“The BBC has done a good job of bringing this to the people, but it has to go further, because this is something that affects the entire country.”
The new programme, titled Britain’s Leave, is due to air on Sunday, July 26, on the BBC News channel and on the iPlayer.
Its title has already sparked outrage from Brexit supporters.
The UK is a “non-permanent member” of the European Economic Area (EEA), meaning it can leave the bloc without a vote.
However, Britain’s departure will not be irreversible.
Britain has until March 2019 to leave the EU.
It is understood the new documentary will include a discussion of the Brexit vote.
It’s expected to air in the first two weeks of the new year, when Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s government has not yet been sworn in.
The documentary will also be a part of the BBC2 channel’s annual news hour.
In an attempt to make the Brexit debate more accessible, the new programme is being aired in English, French, German and Spanish.
A spokesperson for the BBC told The Associated Press on Friday that the broadcaster was looking for a “fair, balanced, and respectful portrayal” of Britain’s referendum and the consequences of its exit.
“It’s important that we continue to hear from people from across the country about what Brexit means to them and to the future of our country,” the spokesperson said.
“Our commitment to fairness and accuracy remains unchanged.”
The UK government’s decision to leave came after months of negotiations with Brussels over the terms of Britain in the European single market.
The decision to remain in the EU was seen as a crucial step towards Britain’s withdrawal from the bloc.
The Brexit process has led to a series.
Britain, which joined the EU in 1973, is currently a member of the Customs Union, with the United Kingdom and the rest of the EU paying tariffs on goods from each other.
The United Kingdom also has free trade agreements with the European Free Trade Association and with the World Trade Organization.