But 'covert unpublicised meetings of management'? What does that mean? And easy to assume the 'support' of LibDems is Brexit related. They are also very SNP friendly. The paper has a very explicit anti Brexit position.
It raises the question - are newspapers morally permitted an editorial political position?
: and one closer friend working in the
: 'management'. I've stopped reading it and
: contributing on Cif since I learned several
: aspects of their operation. Journos and
: employees with multi IDs on Cif, with the
: express intention to sway opinion was a
: thing many of us all expected, to have it
: confirmed was a revelation. Then there's the
: covert unpublicised meetings, in which
: management have commited to support and
: defend Tim Farron and the Lube Dems at every
: Oh and Vyner's attempts to turn it into a
: pound shop Huffington post, in order to sell
: it as a going concern to Murdoch or a
: leading USA broadcaster. Yes, your donations
: as readers are to repair its battered
: balance sheet and P&L, not to ensure
: "fearless journalism" is
: maintained. Fukc them. The shower of kunts.
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