Two of the paper reviewers on this morning's Broadcasting House had a good go at Chris Grayling over his 'gays and B&B' remarks. They were Marina Hyde of The Guardian and Omid Djalili, the omnipresent Iranian-born comedian. Fresh from laughing at Eugene Terreblanche and hoping he died slowly (yet I bet neither supports the return of the death penalty), they quickly broadened their attack on Mr Grayling to have a good go at the Conservatives in general. Presenter Kevin Connolly backed them up, asking "Are they in a pickle, or is it just possible that this is a subliminal message to a certain type of voter... ("Exactly!" interjected Omid) ...that certain traditional values in the Conservative Party haven't been completely abandoned or completely re-fashioned?" The third guest Sir Martin Evans then joined in.
When the election is called, will paper review panels be politically balanced - or not?
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