This BBC report http://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-42205181 on the American tax reforms includes this:
'Republican legislative success at last
Analysis: Anthony Zurcher, BBC News, Washington
The US Senate, a seemingly insurmountable roadblock for the Republican agenda for much of this year, has at last given its assent to a major piece of legislation.
Perhaps not surprisingly, sweeping tax cuts - always beloved by conservatives - is what finally brought the party together and gave President Donald Trump the opportunity to claim a landmark legislative achievement.'
Did you spot the value judgements? First, 'always beloved by conservatives' - have you ever seen a major rise in public spending under a Labour government in the UK or a Democrat administration in the USA described as 'always beloved by socialists'?
Second, '.. gave President Donald Trump the opportunity to claim a landmark legislative achievement.'. Alternatively, and more impartially, this 'gave President Donald Trump a landmark legislative achievement'
BBC bias is pretty much omnipresent and of course always denied.