Regulars may remember the post about Nottingham University Business School's Professor David Paton and his article Fact Checking the BBC Fact Checkers, which debunked the BBC's chief Reality Checker Chris Morris over his remarks on the Today programme. Chris Morris claimed that the US ambassador's figures about US food safety were wrong, but David found a whole string of errors in the BBC man's own comments and went on to submit a complaint to the BBC.
Well, this has just popped into my Twitter feed:
So David Paton was right, and the BBC's Chris Morris wrong (not that you'll see any names on the BBC's tweets about this).
Sometimes you really do need a proper expert to expose a BBC 'expert'.