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The BBC and politics. Maitlis’ Cummings intro was out of order. And so too, in its time, was Neil’s denunciation of ISIS.
As one side becomes more sensitive to perceived breaches of neutrality, the other becomes less willing or able to accept when it has erred.
Iain Dale: The arrogance of Cummings, the failures of the Guardian – and why we all need to keep a sense of proportion.
He’s a distraction and so can’t possibly have his mind on the job. But the Guardian and Mirror got a lot of the story wrong – and should apologise.
Enraged voters are not his target: he is zeroing in on the mass of questioning teachers and parents.
There has been a vivid daily demonstration of our collective double-standard in the mass of journalists swarming outside Cummings’s house.
Any fair-minded observer would think better of him at the end of yesterday’s press conference than he or she may have done at the beginning.
Cummings 2) He will hold a press conference at four o’clock. This is a calculated throw of the dice.
There can only be one explanation: that the internal polling is dire. If this event doesn’t move it, resignation inches a step closer.
In the name of cracking down on ‘disinformation’ and controlling infection, governments are centralising power and silencing critics.
If enough of us download this app, we can, through our joint endeavours and the trace and test programme, suppress the virus.
The Saudi financing of Newcastle United is a national disgrace. It’s time we took it seriously.
Bernard Jenkin: For their strategy to work, Ministers will need more than double the number of tracers that they plan to recruit
If only 6,000 people, with 45 contacts each, are infected every day, we will need a capacity of 276,000 tests just to keep up.
Why Johnson feels he can ignore his right-wing critics. And how he is backed by a dog that isn’t barking: Conservative MPs.
The political logic of the Prime Minister’s choice is solid enough. But we’re past the stage where his Sunday statement can simply be taken on trust.
Iain Dale: Boulton is wrong. I criticise as well as praise the Government – without fear or favour. And here’s evidence.
Plus: Shapps’ presentational success and Hancock’s stuck tests. And: whatever Johnson says on Sunday, he’ll be damned either way.
Both sides must recognise that the Corporation as a whole can be performing well whilst its political coverage alienates Conservatives.