"He goes over to his files to find a print-out of an email he received from a "very senior BBC person" while he was an employee there. Carefully obscuring the name of the sender, he shows it to me: "The BBC internally is not neutral about multiculturalism. It believes in it and promotes diversity, let's face up to that."
Randall says: "I'm amazed he put that down. What happened next was the BBC ran into a horrible brick wall when Trevor Phillips, the Chief Rabbi and then George Alagiah, its own British-Asian reporter, came out and said actually this headlong dash for multiculturalism is creating a divided society."
Something I've been documenting for years.