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Which newspaper do you read and why


bumpkin

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I would like to know which newspapers other members read. I buy the Daily Mail but it is all doom and gloom. Aside from that it seems to be getting more like the Sun if you consider that to be a newspaper.

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Phil Ocifer

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ha ha - it's the troof, guv :)

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interzone55

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john bunyan

Please do not assume that readers believe all they read in any newspaper

Why on earth do you read it if you don't believe what they print?

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Woolwell

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alan 14 - So you believe everything in the Guardian?

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john bunyan

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alan 1

I will come clean. My wife likes the Mail. I take out the middle puzzle section and skim through the paper. I do not believe all in there but IMHO their political /theatre critic, regardless of his obvious bias (Quinten Letts) is a very amusing and clever writer. All papers are biased, as is the Guardian. Good luck if you like it. I would probably read the Times but there you go.

fm
Thanks. I always independently check the medical articles; at least they have them , which others do not.

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