Lynton Crosby’s alleged, by Labour, conflict of interest, was big news for the BBC, instantly becoming a major story.
Tim Yeo’s green industry conflict of interest was of no interest at all.
Remarkably nor is the alleged green industry conflict of interest of Lib-Dem Peer Lord Stephen:
A Liberal Democrat peer was today facing questions over his support for wind farms in the House of Lords after it was reported he is a director of 10 renewable energy companies.
Is there a pattern forming there? If it was ‘Big Oil’ he had investments in you can be sure he’d be on the frontpage.
The Scottish Daily Express broke the story this morning, the Telegraph reported it by midday.
The BBC, the world’s most powerful broadcaster, hasn’t felt the need to comment.
It does seem that for certain communities and interests the BBC will look the other way and white wash over their failings.
Is the BBC biased? has also noticed a similar pattern when the BBC is reporting or rather, not reporting, other matters: