It's been a few weeks, so I think I can allow myself another short BBC post.
Which is that this morning's Today programme scored a near maximum in terms of platform provision for its causes:
1. Politics of envy
According to the spokesman from the Fabian Society, paying them that much reduces social mobility by imposing an even greater "mountain" for poor kids to climb. You and I might call that opportunity, but for the Fabian BBC it's A Problem for government to address. Their case is supposedly supported by a Fabian poll which they reckon shows how "people" want something done (see this blog for the real picture on such polls).
2. Evil supermarkets
3. Wind Power