Tuesday, November 13th 2012, 1:35 PM EST
Oh go on then, twist my arm. Even though I've spent all morning writing it up for my Spectator column, I suppose there was no way I was going to get away with not writing a blog about the story du jour: the one they're now calling Twentyeightgate.
This of course follows the unsuccessful attempt by blogger Tony Newbery (Harmless Sky) to get to the truth of the now-infamous January 2006 seminar where the BBC decided to give up even pretending to be balanced on the climate change issue and start reporting it like a full-on Greenpeace activist.
The BBC's excuse: clever experts made us do it. But this won't wash now that – thanks to some inspired digging by Maurizio Morabito – the list of the guilty has finally been revealed. (A big thanks to Tony for setting the ball rolling….)
Click source to read FULL report from James Delingpole