As many folk know too well, the BBC is particularly prone to mingle opinion with news. A recent example concerns the political football that is university tuition fees.
The prime minister is to call for better value for students in England, admitting they face "one of the most expensive systems of university tuition in the world".
Theresa May will announce an independent review of fees and student finance on Monday.
She will also argue for an end to "outdated attitudes" that favour university over technical education.
Labour says it would abolish fees and bring back maintenance grants.
It almost slips through without being noticed, but in what sense is Mrs May admitting that we have one of the most expensive systems of university tuition in the world?
Is it supposed to be her fault or her responsibility? In the eyes of her political opponents, no doubt it is her responsibility but the BBC is not supposed to number itself among her political opponents.
Curiously enough the word is politically incorrect in the sense that she has no such responsibility and isn’t admitting anything. She is describing a situation she didn't cause and cannot even begin to tackle without constructive and widespread political will.