The nearest thing I've got to a catchphrase here is "If it's not the IPPR, it's probably Demos". (Nothing to worry Bruce Forsyth, I admit). Of course, it usually is the IPPR - the Labour-aligned Institute for Public Policy Research. (That could become a new catchphrase! In the style of Brucie: It usually is the IPPR, the IPPR it usually is!)
Well, following yesterday's distasteful hatchet job on UKIP by Jon Manel, which name-checked the IPPR and used one of its former member as UKIP-basher-in-chief, this morning's Today, just before 7.00am (as David Vance points out at Biased BBC), based a story on a report on immigration by....the IPPR. That showed something or other that the BBC wants us to hear about immigration - and the BNP. Justin Webb twice called their research "interesting". He talked to co-author Laura Chappell of the IPPR (pictured).
It usually is the IPPR.