Order, Order is doing some sterling work at the moment in lifting the Labour Party's recycling bins and exposing the 'anti-Zionist' creepy crawlies underneath.
The case of Vicki Kirby is another example of that. She's the Labour candidate who was suspended after her call for Islamic State to attack Israel - and who's made some eye-popping, derogatory tweets about Jews. Guido found that she hasn't only been re-admitted to the party but has now been made the vice-chair of Woking Labour Party.
Alan at Biased BBC notes that the BBC website did report this yesterday:
The trouble is you have to look fairly hard to find the report of that and the one about yet another investigation into Labour related anti-Semitism… buried as they are on the ‘Politics’ page.
I saw that too. A couple of hours after the BBC first posted the article it was nowhere to be found on the BBC's home page or its UK page. It was merely on the Politics page, and in fifth place in the running order.
As Alan asks, why the lack of interest from the BBC? Why isn't the BBC exposing this itself? Where's Newsnight's investigations team on this?