I could buy that - perhaps - if the rest of its output were not one long hymn to established power.
Take its business reporting, which is *completely* unbalanced, seldom allowing any critic a slot.
Take its daily use of lobbyists claiming to be independent observers (IEA, TPA etc).
It’s about frames: the mental structures through which it sees the world.
In the BBC’s worldview, politics begins and ends in Westminster.
A political issue is one that divides the major parties (or divides people within a party). If the parties aren’t divided, it doesn’t exist.