http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk_politics/5190232.stm ...Two of Labour's lenders have indicated the money must be repaid when the term of between 180 and 365 days comes to an end. Others have agreed to reschedule their loans to "future periods", said the report published with the annual accounts. Mr Watt and Mr Dromey insisted the accounts provide Labour with "a stable financial platform for the foreseeable future". But they also revealed the party has embarked upon "an active programme of cost containment" to reduce the size of its debt. How strange, an entire article discussing this, and yet not a single mention of Lord Levy by the BBC. Is the BBC now taking on the realms of Harry Potter's Lord Voldermort - "He who must not be named" mantra?