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  1. mildred st. meadowlark

    Daily Express will never fail me. Fantastic front page.

    Probably my favourite paper for sheer entertainment value.

  2. Pat Harding

    Ah the MSM are still pushing the Palace coup and meanwhile….. Maurice MacCabe has been conveniently forgetting. Noirin O’Sullivan must be laughing, she’s out of the spotlight…

  3. H

    I find the ‘celebrity chef gave stalker mixed messages’ headline in the Irish Daily Mail quite disturbing, victim blaming anyone?

    1. Deluded

      Next week we will have an article about celebrities who are “stand-offish” and don’t respect their fans.

    2. mildred st. meadowlark

      It’s interesting. We’re conditioned by social norms -be polite, say please and thank you, be nice to the elderly etc- so I would imagine, to a degree, this chef was polite and relatively nice because that’s what you do when dealing with people in general. In some cases, there is reluctance to be needlessly cruel, and by the time you realise that they aren’t just a slightly odd, lonely individual, but rather someone who is stalking you, its rather difficult to undo the damage, so to speak.

      In cases like that, it’s rather grossly unfair to say she was encouraging the stalker, or anything like it.

  4. Brendan_

    Daily Express writers are always on the Press Review on Sky News and they don’t like this kind of reality.
    Britain’s agricultural sector is heavily dependent on tens of thousands of immigrants:
    https://www.politicshome.com/news/uk/economy/agriculture/news/82085/andrea-leadsom-reassures-farmers-over-access-eu-immigrants
    But they’ll like this bit: ditch the “ridiculous, bureaucratic three-crop rule” that forces larger farms to grow a variety of crops, and simplify definitions to end “existential debates to determine what counts as a bush, a hedge, or a tree”.

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