I see the BBC is still making moral judgements rather than merely reporting and letting the public decide:
Boris Johnson says he has "said more than enough about that issue," after being asked if he wants to apologise for Sir Keir Starmer receiving death threats since the PM's false claim about the Labour leader and Jimmy Savile.
But 'ere's an alternative point of view:
Goodness gracious, as it 'appens, Keir Starmer was DPP and head of the guys and gals at the CPS from 2008 to 2013 and under his watch the the guys and gals CPS failed to prosecute the BBC's Jimmy Savile.
'Ow's about that, then?