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JANET DALEY: HER ROLE IN THE DAILY TELEGRAPH’S DOWNFALL
At today’s Tearaway Telegraph site, the Barclay Bumboys ask:
Which gin are you most like?
How well do you know your pasta shapes?
What are this year’s best fashion items for staying unflustered in the heat?
Are gap years becoming less fun?
Do you want us to write nice things about your scam?
Why TF are you still reading this infantile crap?
I made the last two up, but they might just as well be in there. You can judge the intelligence of those still reading the paper by examining some of the comment threads: This was in response to about the Beeb. However, she thoroughly deserves the threads she gets, because she writes stuff like:
Janet (for those of you unaware of hacks still happy to take the Sark shilling) is an American and former 1960s Berkeley Campus student radical who realised the error of her ways a few decades ago, and has been making a living from churning out selective neoliberal nonsense ever since. Her style is perfectly demonstrated in the way she calls the NHS funding model “an anachronism” but keeps shtum about the solution adopted by her own country, in which (a) the insurance companies win-win (b) the doctors win-lose (c) the patients with money lose-lose and (d) the poor die because they don’t have insurance .
Likewise with the BBC, Daley hates the licence fee funding system, but omits to mention who the sole beneficiary of BBC demolition is going to be: Newscorp….another nondom tax conglomerate which just wrote an unwarranted and gratuitous attack on , and has been more responsible for institutional corruption in the UK than all other media apertures put together.
But Daley’s quoted research stats are not just risible: they are a lie. And either she’s stupid, or she quite happily let the lie stand. Take a look at this classic at the end of her piece:
According to whatitcost (as good a source as any online)...Source: The Slog.
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