The complaint to the BBC by some Labour MP I've never heard of is risible. Dawn Butler (for it is she) complains that David Cameron is given an easy ride by the Today Programme interviewers. What utter rubbish. I've heard at least half the interviews she refers to and he's interrupted and challenged just as often as anyone else. Indeed, I would argue that it is Gordon Brown who gets away with an easier time because he's not interrupted as much and answers the question he wanted to be asked rather than the question he was actually asked.
Butler whines that David Cameron is often only interviewed on one subject and then - wait for it - ONLY for eight minutes! Is she complaining he doesn't get enough airtime?
Let's be clear, political parties complain about things like this, not in the expectation that the BBC will hold up its hands and say "yup, you're right". What they do is put in a complaint in the full knowledge that BBC producers will have it in the back of their minds during future interviews.
I was told by a BBC producer that the Labour Party had complained about one of my News 24 appearances where they captioned me as a political blogger, rather than a Conservative blogger. Fair enough, I suppose, but on my next appearance they went so overboard in describing my Conservative leanings it was almost comical. As if the viewers couldn't have worked it out for themselves!