BBC News at When. Maybe I should send in an email to complain.
I would hope that people appreciate the difference between the news starting a minute or two late because the programme before it was a bit longer than an hour, and it starting half an hour late because they wanted to show another programme completely, as ITV used to do.
There are loads of examples on YouTube of the BBC news in the past starting a minute or two past nine, especially as in the seventies and eighties programme lengths would be a bit flexible (hence how Fawlty Towers has episodes ranging from thirty to nearly forty minutes) and they would try and get BBC1 and BBC2 starting at the same time as well.
I never understood the complaints when ITV News at Ten used to start a few minutes past the hour. There's a load of churn at ten o'clock and people will be switching over from other channels, or will have nipped to the toilet or to make a cup of tea after the previous programme. The number of people sitting there at ten o'clock on the dot is very small, and it's different from breakfast where if things are a bit late it genuinely inconveniences people because they have a very short window where they expect to see things and if they're not there it sends their schedule awry. That's not the case at ten at night. I think it trivialises the legitimate complaints about News at When - when ITV would just shove it back half an hour to make way for a Harry Potter film or something else that could go at any time on any night - to obsess about a minute or two's difference.
In addition, of course, the Beeb are currently trying to put together a schedule with some new stuff in, which for obvious reasons is going to be a bit haphazard, and they're relying on imports, which work to different durations than a BBC programme would, or stuff that's been online, where they don't pay much attention to running times, or stuff made under lockdown which is often shorter than usual as that's all that can be made. It would be easy for BBC1 to just show a load of repeats like ITV where they know how long it all lasts and it's easy to schedule. But they're trying their hardest to get new content, any new content on. If the weird running times mean the news starts a minute or two late, so be it. Rather that than another repeat of Mrs Brown.