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She wears 'em all the time -- has been for more than a year now. Despite some reports Tristan and Khloe secretly got married ... The rich and the powerful will do all they can to obfuscate, delay and cover up.'Last week, Snow also retweeted a message by the author Robert Harris, who said: 'The British electorate is in an unprecedentedly volatile mood.When it turns out there's no £350m per week for NHS, Brexit could be next.'It is no good Channel 4 hiding behind the argument, please, that private views are private and have no bearing on one's public position.Will Channel 4 News viewers henceforth be told, before every interview Snow conducts with a Conservative politician, that the presenter holds such a low view of Tories?The guidelines also say presenters 'generally should be particularly careful about comments on political issues and politicians'. This means for example, that news and current affairs journalists working on this output do not as a rule agree or disagree with a political party or politician, or take a fixed stance on politically contentious issues.'Furthermore, Channel 4 employees 'should avoid making statements that could be perceived as taking a position on a political issue of the day' on social media.
Sorry, but you cannot claim to be even-handed politically while at the same time yelling out your guts like a student Corbynista, slagging off the political party that just won the biggest number of parliamentary seats and the biggest share of the national vote at the General Election.When a major news presenter so plainly despises, in four-letter words, our biggest party in the Commons, what does it say about him and his programme?In a 2015 interview with The Guardian — where else?Any politician who tried to use that in front of Snow during one of his sharp-elbowed interviews would soon be ripped to shreds. Political grandees well into middle-age think they can behave like kids there, luxuriating in a zoned-out atmosphere of Leftyish lovejuice, baby.Snow would lean forward, eyes blazing with sanctimony, and he would say: 'Come off it, minister, you claim you have 'no recollection' as to whether or not, at a public event of a markedly political nature, you shouted insults at our country's governing party, using the F-word and generally behaving like an agit-prop revolutionary? This was the same Glastonbury at which Jeremy Corbyn was treated like a conquering emperor (point of information: he came a distant second in the election) and at which Labour's Treasury spokesman, John Mc Donnell, made the outrageous claim that the poor people who died in the Grenfell Tower fire had been 'murdered'.