I think Kipchonge is the greatest ever marathon runner. Does 160km weeks every week at altitude. At Monza it clearly showed it was doable with the gaming of 20 rotating pacers, laser guided zero emissions pacing cars on totally flat terrain at the optimum temperature with no jet lag. Also his fluids are measured and topped up by bike support. It's an interesting experiment but if he's not done it in a race an average person can enter or qualify for, to me it doesn't count.
Can't comment on the Radcliffe record but suspect it was well overdue a decent challenge.
This is standard audit extrapolation. Checking a sample of 1,000 payments and then extrapolating any errors across an entire population is a judgmental finding not a factual finding. It should be treated with respect as a valid finding conceptually and an area of control weakness but saying â‚¬4.3bn was misspent is not certain really true.
The statements they both made are irrefutably reasonable and pretty much factual but I can see why they were initially deemed not impartial. As usual the BBC are the party that come out looking stupid by steadfastly refusing to back down and then reversing their decision.
Ultimately it relates to one complaint from the public. I bet 30 people have been in meetings for a month about this.