But of course, the big story today is the death of David Kelly, thought by some to be the "mole" who first brought the "dodgy dossier" story to the attention of the BBC. That's death under very mysterious circumstances, cause as yet unknown. The BBC is being very facile and bizarrely idiotic in their handling of the story - a weird blend of maudlin praises of the man (yes, yes, I'm sure he was kind and good, but that's not the point right now - why is he dead?) and squirmy self-examination driven by inappropriate guilt. Days like these, I really want to blow up my TV and move to the country.