Under greater scrutiny, the BBC are finding ever more crafty ways to get their pro-EU bias across. How are they doing it? Even presentation followed by biased analysis. Remain and Leave arguments are first aired in an even fashion. But, then comes the sting in the tail. The BBC presenter then offers a concluding analysis, and that’s when the pro-EU fireworks are lit. Laura Kuennsberg’s programme followed this mantra to the hilt. A broadly even handed initial presentation of Remain and Leave people and businesses. But, as the analysis began, Remain analysts outnumbered those from Leave, more time was given to Remain, no BBC attempt made to scrutinise the past failures of pro-EU forecasters, or their EU connections and funding. Goldman Sachs was quoted without reference to their funding of the Remain campaign, no senior Brexit City people were interviewed (of which there are many) , and far more time was spent analysing the Brexit case with very little time indeed being afforded to analysing the massive risks of Remain. LK concluded by informing us the majority “evidence” was that Brexit would cause economic loss. Not only was this an outrageously partial comment, the term “evidence” was grossly misleading. For, the “evidence” is merely modelled outcomes based on flawed assumptions. LK made no attempt to caveat any of this. Disgraceful pro-EU bias, proving yet again the BBC cannot be trusted.