We all know the BBC is supposed to be a paragon of impartial virtue when it comes to political reporting. Not so argues the Daily Mail, the Express and other right of Mugabe groups, who are convinced the Corporation has a covert leftist agenda designed to undermine the Conservatives.
Well, for once those groups have probably been silenced, after the glorious news story that appeared on the BBC News site today. "What is Gordon Brown's legacy?" screamed the headline, followed by a complete absence of text.
Was this a simple mistake, or was the BBC merely holding to that old wives saying: "If you can't say anything nice, don't say anything at all"?
"Now wait a minute," Sneak hears you cry, "there is no end to Brown's legacy." Well let's take a look, shall we?
First up there's "no more boom and bust" of course, and certainly "British jobs for British workers", and also that massive stockpile of gold reserves Gordon wisely held on to. Oh no, wait. Scrap that, the BBC were right.
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