No I'm sorry this makes perfect sense. The extended News has messed up the schedules significantly, especially for those who want more news.
You lose the start of newsnight or have to skip regional news. Question Time and This Week are forced yet further into the night time slots. You can't just flick over from another channel at 10.30 and find something on BBC One without having to suffer through a long yet low budget regional bulletin.
15 mins may not seem a lot but when you want to watch two shows on a Thursday it pushes the ending from midnight to quarter past midnight. The later it gets, the more drowsiness can kick in. Mixed with the fact it causes BBC One to lose alignment with all other channels it was a stupid idea to begin with.
And frankly the Ten O'Clock news was 30 mins from 2000-2016. The Nine was 30 mins for 30 years before that. The evening news has only been 45 mins long for two out of 48 years. It was an experiment, it has failed.
I am sick of been persicuted by you immature TV Forumers!