The BBC appears to turning the arrest of 13 people over a massive drugs bust into a shameless opportunity to bash Brexit.
In contrast, pleased note that ITV News is reporting the story straight, without any anti-Brexit editorialising.
So here's the BBC's very own Dominic Casciani giving his 'analysis' on the BBC News website as if he were a New European op-ed writer:
This investigation has got results thanks to cross-border European co-operation.
Six arrests by Dutch investigators were under the EU's European Arrest Warrant, which aims to swiftly extradite suspects to face justice in the UK.
But the UK won't be able to use this tool if it leaves the EU without a security deal.
The UK will also, overnight, leave Europol and Eurojust - both of which were involved in this investigation.
They co-ordinate the sharing of information and evidence that police and prosecutors use to put serious criminals behind bars.
The government has, however, today published a 159-page "No Deal Readiness" report.
If you get to page 153, you will find it admits that leaving the EU without a deal amounts to a "loss of capability" for British police.
And it further admits that the proposed alternatives "cannot fully compensate for the loss of EU co-operation tools".And that's it. He's getting ever more blatant.
BBC impartiality, my gluteus maximus!