The BBC has been accused of bias after yesterday’s Today programme ended with a debate on the state of the election featuring three guests, who all savaged David Cameron and his party.
Scottish comedian Rhona Cameron called the Conservatives “a cancer”, while American political satirist PJ O’Rourke branded Mr Cameron dull.
Left-wing cartoonist Martin Rowson, 56, then criticised the Tory campaign.
Last Sunday Andrew Marr was forced to publicly apologise for wrongly accusing Mr Cameron of “loving” fox hunting during an interview and on Wednesday Mr Cameron faced a deeply hostile interview on Radio 1’s Live Lounge.
A BBC spokeswoman said: “We aim to balance all coverage over the course of the campaign.”