Nothing whatsoever to do with BBC bias this (as I've been away all day and have missed all the fun, so entertainingly chronicled on the Biased BBC blog) but here's a rare non-BBC-based post ....
A very long day at work, but not unenjoyable. And then to come home, switch on ITV News and see Gordon Brown's gaffe, life-long Labour voter Mrs Duffy's double-take on hearing what he had said about her, Brown's visible wilting as the tape was played back to him on The Jeremy Vine Show and his absurd forced grin/gurn as he emerged from Mrs Duffy's house after rushing back to apologise to her. Ah, happy, happy days!! In the immortal words of Nelson, May the Great God, whom I worship, grant to my Country and for the benefit of Europe in general a great and glorious victory...Whoops, wrong Nelson. I mean't:
And now we know, as Tom Bradby said on ITV News, that Gordon Brown believes that anyone who raises concerns about immigration is "a bigot" - which, given that most people in the country (according to all the polls) hold such concerns, makes a large majority of voters "bigots" in his eyes.
PS I was clearly far from alone from having this reaction. Here's North Northwester's take (which which I wholly agree):