Half-time report from Alastair Campbell's evidence to the Iraq Inquiry. The Pope's infallible prediction is right so far. Campbell has restated his case and has been robustly cross-examined on it.
Parts of the BBC - certainly the part I was listening to, Radio 5 Live - reported the hearing in the antiwar, anti-Government terms to which it adhered before the Hutton inquiry, and as if that inquiry had not happened.
Gaby Logan on 5 Live said it was hard to get at the truth "when we consider Alastair Campbell's stock in trade".
Then she interviewed Norman Baker, whose views on the subject are barely respectable. Followed by Andrew Gilligan, whose role in the BBC's corporate engagement with the issue was not explained, and who managed to say that "virtually every single word" of the September 2002 dossier "was wrong".