The left-liberal bias of the BBC is seemingly bottomless, and that of the Today programme in particular is a virtual black hole from which no right-winger can escape.
Following on my my last post (and nearly all my others!), this morning's Today programme discussed the use of tick-boxes - a story prompted by a report from a left-wing think tank. It's usually the Labour-aligned Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR), and today was no exception.
That's not all. Who was this discussed with? Someone from the Left and someone from the Right? Of course not. It was discussed with one of the report's authors, the left-wing comedian Simon Fanshawe and Claude Moraes, a Labour MEP. Justin Webb fitted in perfectly.
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