The words that dare not be mentioned: he who must not be named...Voldemort you ask? No. Last night the Governor of the Bank of England Sir Mervyn King, gave the 2012 BBC Today Programme Lecture [Link] : a speech on radio by the BoE head honcho for the first time [in peacetime] since March 1939. His speech could be seen as trying to rewrite history, so too the BBC who find it very difficult - surely couldn't be bias - to write the words 'Gordon' and 'Brown' anywhere (and most certainly not mentioning his inaction losing a million jobs); mind you, the articles [one, two] are by Robert 'my-dad's-a-Labour-peer-and-I-wrote-the-book-on-Brown'* Peston (who even uses 'boom and bust' in the title! and yet still no mention of his hero**) and rely on David 'lefty-economist extraordinaire' Blanchflower so no surprises that the Beeb continue their 'news blackout' over mad Crash Gordon.
* ...your's for a penny.
** and don't forget his dodgy Balls.