Here's a BBC bias-related question posed on Twitter today by Tim Montgomerie:
Well, going back through the Week at Westminster archive shows the following as having been presenters since the EU referendum last June:
Steve Richards (7 editions)George Parker, FT (6 editions)Tom Newton Dunn, Sun (4 editions)Helen Lewis, New Statesman (3 editions)Peter Oborne, Daily Mail (2 editions)Anushka Asthana, Guardian (2 editions)Isabel Hardman, Spectator (1 edition)Jim Waterson, Buzzfeed (1 edition)
Now, several of those TWAW presenters were undoubtedly staunchly pro-Remain - namely Steve Richards, Tom Newton Dunn and Helen Lewis.
Four of the others are harder to place with total certainty. [Please fill in the gaps if you can though]. I'm assuming with some confidence however, rightly or wrongly, that George Parker, Anushka Asthana and Jim Waterson were Remainers while Isabel Hardman was probably pro-Leave.
The only staunchly pro-Leave Week In Westminster presenter, therefore, has been Peter Oborne - and he's only presented two editions since the referendum, thus giving the programme as a whole a very pronounced pro-Remain slant, presenter-wise.
From that then, I'd say that Tim has a point.