BBC Complaints: The link you need!

Monday, 8 March 2010


Labour's care services minister Phil Hope said that he "didn't mind" Evan Davis interrupting him "in the middle of a sentence" towards the end of a five minute interview on this morning's Today programme, as it showed Evan's passion for the subject. Oddly, I was thinking that Evan had been showing too little passion, letting Mr Hope waffle on in classic Yes-Minister-style ('talk-and-talk-and-talk-but-say-absolutely-nothing'). The overall interruption coefficient was a low 0.4.

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