Yes, as reported by the BBC, Ministers have got their knickers in an ever increasing twist over a scene on Pobl Y Cwm in which a (fictional) farmer criticises the Government during an interview for a (fictional) radio station for not taking action to cull badgers.
The Labour lot are apparently perturbed that they had no right of reply, and demanded that the episode not be repeated. Of course they didn’t - this village doesn’t exist, neither does the farm, or the radio station. Where they supposed to find a fictional Minister to give the view of the Welsh Government?
And it is not as if the opposing viewpoint isn’t put forward during the same episode. A (fictional) barmaid later makes a comment that “farmers care about profits not animal welfare. They are responsible for spreading TB because they overstock. Badgers have a right to live". Careful, you’ll have the NFU demanding that the programme be taken off the air – or maybe not, because they probably understand it is not real.
What is it with Labour and this control freak mentality of theirs? And they can’t even put a name to their complaint. The BBC quote a “spokesman.”
Really, they cannot be serious.http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-20547326