Further to an earlier post, here's another example of the contrast in treatment between those two potentially game-changing developments in the EU referendum: Mark Carney's intervention (helpful to Remain) and those 1.5 million extra EU migrants revealed by the NI numbers (helpful to Leave).
Last night's BBC One News at Ten dealt with both stories. It led with Mark Carney and devoted more than 5 minutes of its its time to that story. In contrast the EU immigration story was treated as a 'news in brief' item and given just 23 seconds in the middle of the bulletin. BBC One viewers who blinked might well have missed it. They certainly will have missed its significance, given how briefly it was mentioned - unlike the Bank of England governor's anti-Brexit warnings.
Kamal Ahmed further boosted his intervention by telling BBC viewers that, "One person in polls comes out as most influential to the public on the issue of the European Union and the referendum, and that person is Mark Carney. That's why his words today are so important because it appears from the polling evidence that the public do listen to him."