Why is there never any coverage of the opposition to European federalism that stretches from the staunchly Blairite John Rentoul, to the traditional Labour Right, to the Labour Left, to numerous political formations to the left of Labour, one of which the BBC felt the need to black out in the run-up to the last European Elections, while another it recently had to apologise for having declared defunct despite that party's having out-polled the BNP in the elections to the Scottish and Welsh devolved bodies?
Instead, all the concentration is on the collapsing UKIP sideshow, which is itself entirely a product of the media in general and of the BBC in particular, and on the gibberish surrounding some referendum at the End of Time. But the TTIP is happening now. You would never know it.
Or of the fact that the Labour MPs who take that view, as well as those who voted to uphold the traditional definition of marriage, are in general well to the left of what was the party line for a prolonged period until the recent past, in many cases remaining well to that left even in these happier times?