Thursday, July 10, 2008

Who's side is the Daily Telegraph on these days ?

Yesterday we had by-election to cost 200k ( nicely timed to depress turnout and give David Davis problems), but no corresponding analysis of Hazel Blears plans for multiple local referendums ( which would cost far more ). More do they explore the cost of "the people's referendums.

Today it what makes an English Eccentric - with David Davis presented as a prime example.

The DT is being to pick up the tag the Labourgraph, and you can see why.

Update: Oh and the article on voter turnout today - with associated quotes - takes another swipe.

2 comments:

wonderfulforhisage said...

I've been reading the Torygraph daily for nearly sixty years. For the last five I've been looking for an alternative.

I could probably just about manage the withdrawal symptoms associated with cancelling the order but I suspect the withdrawal symptoms associated with no newspaper could lead to..........."where is thy sting".

The Brothers Barclay have a lot to answer for.

I wish that Taki chappie would get his whatsit into gear and fund and direct a morning read that would put the world to rights.

wonderfulforhisage said...

I've been reading the Torygraph daily for nearly sixty years. For the last five I've been looking for an alternative.

I could probably just about manage the withdrawal symptoms associated with cancelling the order but I suspect the withdrawal symptoms associated with no newspaper could lead to..........."where is thy sting".

The Brothers Barclay have a lot to answer for.

I wish that Taki chappie would get his whatsit into gear and fund and direct a morning read that would put the world to rights.