There was a very odd moment on this morning's Broadcasting House on Radio 4. During the paper review, former BBC chief political correspondent John Sergeant said the following:
I think one of the long-term problems I see is when the refugees are interviewed they seem to answer all the time in English. And somebody says, "Where would you like to go to?" And they say, "Germany". Correct answer. And then they say, "But where would you really like go to?" and they say "England, of course". It's quite telling, isn't it?
Well, it certainly sounds as if it is - except that I've never heard such an exchange on the BBC. Have any of you?