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This in turn means that anyone who lacks liberal progressive opinions cannot be employed by the BBC. This is not because their opinions cannot be aired ndash; everyone, says Mr Prebble, almost no matter how bonkers, must be allowed his or her shout in what BBC jargon calls the ldquo;wagon wheelrdquo; of opinion ndash; but because the people who hold such opinions cannot be relied upon to be impartial. If I, for instance, applied for a job in the BBC, they knew that I was anti-abortion, anti-gay marriage, pro-hunting, climate-change-sceptical, pro-Israel, they wouldnrsquo;t say ldquo;Oh, we canrsquo;t employ someone with such disgusting viewsrdquo;. They would say, ldquo;Charles has his own agenda, therefore would undermine our impartialityrdquo;. I might not leave my repulsive opinions at home; I might bring them in to work, someone who turns up at the office with his dirty laundry spilling out of his briefcase.