The FT has published the report of the independent commission charged with assessing the "impartiality" of the BBC 2.0's business coverage.
The assessment seems judiciously framed and competently conducted, using clear and practical criteria — though mind you, I am still reading.
The chair's introduction, for example, is based on an observation I often make about business journalism: Quality of service to readers suffers when coverage is forced into the mold of "Manichaean allegories" and the fallacy of false dilemma.
The report makes interesting reading. I am mirroring a copy if the evil communist supermen are filtering out the FT in your jurisdiction, by the way.