You have to almost admire the brass neck of the BBC. This morning, we were treated to the thoughts of Ed Balls, interviewed by Sarak Montague. on Today @ 7.34am. He was allowed to spout his usual playbook mantra which reduces down to attacking Cameron over and over again for a “lack of leadership” and now condemning Germany for it daring to insist that Greece honours its debts. Just ten minutes later, we had the excremental Thought for the Day with Canon Dr Alan Billings, an Anglican priest. His big idea was…yes, you’ve guessed it, that forgiving Debt is a rather good idea and that if this is true of individuals than it must surely by true of Government. How charming. Listening to these two leftists arguing for the dishonouring of Debt, one can understand why lending dries up – who on Earth would lend to those whose primary motivation lies in finding ways not to repay that which they borrow???? The BBC continues to push the Obama-Hollande line and is keen to give Labour the opportunity to ride on the back of it. It appears that rampant spending by central Government, leading to more borrowing and higher taxes, is the exciting new way forward and the BBC seem to think it is refreshing and worthy of serial advocacy.