If you watched the BBC News Channel yesterday afternoon you'll know that the BBC, as well as covering events in the House of Commons, repeatedly reported on the anti-Brexit protests in London, at times using a split-screen effect to show live footage of the protests as events unfolded in Parliament or the BBC studio. I did think for a few seconds that even the wildest #FBPE types would be pretty happy with the BBC's coverage but - with reality quickly kicking in - I know them too well for that:
Michael #FBPE (V): Dear BBC News. It seems to me that your continuing insistence that we gauge the mood of the nation on Brexit by talking to a few angry men outside a Wetherspoons isn't balanced. A million protestors deserves more coverage and should help divest you of ongoing pro-Brexit bias.
Oh Michael, little did you really that you would rouse a mighty BBC dragon from its heavy slumbers (to the music of Act II of Wagner's Siegfried).:
Huw Edwards, BBC: coverage watched by big audiences.
To be fair to Huw, he certainly did c