Is it just the BBC that's headlining the CBI story this morning? The online papers are silent on it. Anyway, the head of the CBI - the organisation dominated by global corporates, and of which not one of the entire executive tier has ever worked in Industry - has called on, erm, global corporates to publicly support the EU Federation. Many of the new generation of university vice-chancellors, grasping toads who have prostituted the UK's academic reputation for foreign fees and EU grants, have also joined the CBI. So no bias there, then.
This has got to be about the biggest non-story of the day, alongside "Prince Charles supports monarchy" and "Scientists confirm Arboreal defaecation habit by members of genus Ursidae".
Anyway, here are the current UK members of the European Round Table (which has fifty rotating members at any time) - the body the EU relies on for advice and counsel when making new laws that mostly, erm, favour the global corporates:-
No doubt those stalwarts of the CBI don't see any conflict of interest here ...