A couple of weeks ago the Conservatives issued a leaflet in the Henley by-election claiming the Lib Dem candidate was not local, despite them knowing full well that he lives in the constituency. the Lib Dems asked the Tories to retract the leaflet, and provided the proof that the Tories claims were wrong, but there was not Conservative apology. Did the BBC print this on their website or report it anywhere else ? Of course not.
Strangely though, the Tories are now accusing the Lib Dems about things written in a Lib Dem leaflet, and the BBC are reporting are reporting it ? It seems rather confusing since the Tory claims appear to be untrue and they have yet to provide any evidence that what they are claiming about the Lib Dems is incorrect.
So what does it say about the BBC that write a story that makes out the Lib Dems are bad, but with no evidence, but when the Tories do something and they cannot substantiate their claims, they fail to report it.
The Tories love to lambast the BBC for anti Tory bias, but when you delve a little deeper the BBC has a institutional bias against the Lib Dems.