...and any other matters that take our fancy
Well yeah they have to put their hands up when they are caught in the headlights! But most of the time it's "complaints from both sides" or "valid analysis".
This was a very pernicious story. Even after an item was filmed (can't remember which broadcaster made it) in a Tel Aviv library where the librarian showed the availability of the book and looked quite confused at the accusations, BBC Radio 4 continued with the 'banned' narrative for weeks. Let's face it, it's still imprinted on the news watching public's psyche.If anyone from the BBC reads this blog, please stop with this sort of 'journalism'. There's too much of it. It's beyond sloppy, it's dangerous.