The other egregious example of BBC bias today was the opening discussion on the Nice massacre on Sunday Morning Live.
It was one of those depressing BBC discussions where everyone - from the presenter to all four of her guests - pretty much sang from the same hymn sheet throughout.
All of them spouted the same set of messages: that we shouldn't be divided, we should be united; that "aggressive language" in reaction to such atrocities is harmful; that it's nothing to do with Islam; that Muslims in France feel alienated; that we mustn't play into the hands of the far-right.
SML can be balanced when it tries. Here it seems to have felt it better to be wholly unbalanced and have nothing but like-minded people echoing the views that we've been given in BBC interview after BBC interview in the past few days.
That was obviously a very deliberate decision.
I read the Twitter reaction. For once it wasn't dominated by the usual suspects. It was full of people disagreeing with what was being said and complaining that this discussion of 'chattering class' types proved that the BBC is biased.
Plus, I noted that Tommy Sandhu only read out the blandest selection of those tweets. (Why bother?)
It's the sort of thing that gives the BBC a bad name.