The BBC politically neutral - only if you are a dyed in the wool leftie Guardian reader:
"Ah, well - I had been up for most of the night but I was doing this Five Live breakfast programme with our colleague at the time - it was a bloke called Peter Allen so - I had to get a bit of sleep, and I do remember I walked back into - we were broadcasting then from Broadcasting House in the centre of London - all very upmarket in those days - and the corridors of Broadcasting House were strewn with empty champagne bottles - I will always remember that (Allen laughs) - er - not that the BBC were celebrating in any way shape or form (Allen, laughing - "no, no, no, not at all") - and actually - I think it's fair to say that in the intervening years the BBC, if it was ever in love with Labour has probably fallen out of love with Labour, or learned to fall back in, or basically just learned to be in the middle somewhere which is how it should be - um - but there was always this suggestion that the BBC was full of pinkos who couldn't wait for Labour to get back into power - that may have been the case, who knows? but as I say I think there have been a few problems along the way - wish I hadn't started this now..."
Jane Garvey, BBC
Let's see how they celebrate on May 7th this time.
Grum - 2 points:
1. How could they not report the biggest political story of the day?
2. It is more of a general left-wing bias rather than bias for a particular party as such ( especially as some parties have repositioned themselves more than once in the last decade ).