The last 3 days on the BBC Breakfast News programme - during the short economic slot just before 8 - has been dominated, naturally, by the Euro crisis.
A different economist has been wheeled in, each expressing a different take on it. During the interview, every one has been asked the same question regarding Britain's decision not to join the Euro. Not unreasonable in itself, and the answer has been an emphatic no every time, but is it necessary to ask it 3 times in as many days?
I can't help wondering if no is the 'wrong' answer and that the BBC keep asking until they get the answer they want.