On Monday night Newsnight covered the story that the IMF had basically agreed with George Osbourne's policy and said there was no need for a plan B.
Paxman interviewed Ed Balls but never mentioned the common sense point, amongst non-politicians, that what ever the plan to reduce the deficit things are going to get worse before they get better.
Saying this would have course have robbed Ed Balls of his belief that a plan B is needed.
The BBC are totally biased about the ' spending cuts' still reporting as if a Plan B could be an option.
What the BBC should be highlighting is that the country is broke and that the Conservative policies have yet to actually cut anything and a Plan B is TOTALLY out of the question and could only make matters worse.