Today they're up to their old tricks again. They're reporting David Cameron's piece in today's Telegraph saying that the whole of the country must "get behind fracking".
Most of the piece reports what David Cameron said - which is its purpose. Its last two paragraphs quote some airy waffle from subsidised sock puppet charity Friends of the Earth. No issue with that.
But the biased BBC picture editor has been up to his tricks again. What has he chosen as his image? A picture of David Cameron, maybe? Or more usefully, perhaps a picture of an actual real life shale gas well, so that we can see what it looks like?
No. We have an image from an anti-fracking protest at Westminster - some time ago. The carefully chosen picture just happens to show a banner
NO FRACKING IN THE UK
with the caption reading "Opponents of fracking fear environmental damage".
This is biased BBC editorialising. It's just not what the report's about.
No one's suggesting the image was chosen by the Director General or the Head of News. It's worse than that. The BBC's greenie, anti-shale bias penetrates down to the routine editing of its web news pages.
The Impartial Harrabin must be appalled.