Monday, January 12, 2015


This morning's Today programme discussion, on election leader debates, did not really signpost the political leanings of the participants. Former BBC chairman Lord Grade is now, at David Cameron's invitation, a Tory peer; has described Dave as the "perfect Prime Minister"; and is not averse to appearances at £50-a-head party fundraisers. His final position - only televised debates between Cameron and Miliband really matter.

His fellow panellist was Roger Mosey, the BBC's first and last (currently) Editorial Director, now Master of Selwyn College, Cambridge. Roger felt sure the Greens "should be in the mix somewhere", as they are polling at the same levels as the Libdems.

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