You can't say that on the BBC, Sarah.
Radio 2's Sarah Kennedy rapped for praising Enoch Powell
Sarah Kennedy has come under fire for praising racist Enoch Powell live on air.
The gaffe-prone Radio 2 DJ, 59, described the late politician as the "greatest prime minister we never had" on her early morning show.
Her words sparked a storm of protest and earned her a carpeting from BBC bosses who are said to be "furious".
Here's the best bit though.
"It is embarrassing for the Beeb, who pride themselves on political impartiality."
Bwa-hahahahahaha. Since bloody when?
This was only two short years ago, remember.
The BBC has failed to promote proper debate on major political issues because of the inherent liberal culture of its staff, a report commissioned by the corporation has concluded.
It was widely reported at the time that there were certain 'touchy' subjects for BBC staff, apparently.
The report noted that the BBC had "come late" to several important stories in recent years, including Euroscepticism and immigration , which as it happens, were "off limits" in terms of a liberal-minded comfort zone".
So, Comrade Beeb's pride in its impartiality extends to a massive two years. Whoopee-effing-doo.
Apart from disproportionately attacking Tory advisers, and puff pieces about Gordon Brown's wife, of course. They are perfectly acceptable around White City.
Sarah, if you'd substituted the name Arthur Scargill or Tony Benn for Enoch Powell, they'd have given you a pay rise. Get with the program, girl.