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  • If the cap fits . . .
    • Trevor Hutchin (no login)
      Posted Jul 22, 2010 8:23 PM

      Brynley suggests that the Daily Mail prints "slanted" stories and uses this as a factor in discrediting their coverage. There is not a newspaper on this earth that does not slant their stories according to their editorial policy. It is the same with people. We read those newspaper that suit our own prejudices and file to forums such as this accordingly. It is called opinion.

      In spite of the fact that Brynley believes the original Daily Mail story about bin spies to be a pack of lies, the government has stepped in and banned the pernicious practice. If it were not true in the first place, how could it now be banned?

      http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1296617/Caroline-Spelman-puts-stop-secret-bin-raiders.html
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