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Is there a growing hate the Mail newspaper cult


bumpkin

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Being a relative newcomer to Speakers Corner and having now read many of the posts I am surprised at the number of negative remarks regarding the Mail newspaper and it's staff. I invite those who feel that way to give their reasons.

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john bunyan

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Then there are about 2 million idiots out there. Reading a newspaper does not mean you have to believe all of it. Unfortunately there seems to be few unbiased newspapers in UK; the USA ones are a bit dull. I shall remain in the asylum, albeit with a sceptical attitude.

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Aitchbee

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fm - Here is a simple question for you. What do you regard as a high quota of 2 million?

You are in the habit of putting words into other people's mouths, on occasions ...so I'll let you answer, in your own words.

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namtas

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Serious question

  1. Which UK newspaper can I rely on to be totally neutral and accurate in content ? ?
  2. Does not take a week to digest ?
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Forum Editor

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john bunyan

"Then there are about 2 million idiots out there."

I'm afraid there are a lot more than that.

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Forum Editor

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(The Mail) "is one of the most visited websites in the world, is an indication that many people fall for its lies."

They fall for them because a) the lies are aligned with what a lot of them believe anyway, and the fictions reinforce the belief b) because they can't be bothered, or don't know how to check the content for veracity and c) because they think that 2 million people wouldn't read a newspaper if it wasn't reporting the facts.

So The Daily Mail rolls on, irresponsibly influencing the way that its readers think, all in the name of circulation.

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