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14 January, 2004

Tunbridge Wells won't be pleased....

The Guardian takes a nice swipe at The Mail today:

"The Mail called the proposed levy an outrage, and described speeding on British roads, which causes an average of 10 fatalities a day, as a "victimless crime"."

So that's victimless?  My disdain for The Mail only increases.  I'd dismiss it as comically xenophobic and reactionary, the voice of a caricatured 'little England' mentality, but is seems some actually accept its editorial line as a full and fair representation of truth.

Comments

I resent that comment about Tunbridge Wells - The Mail is far too lower middle class for this town.

On a related note, I had a friend who worked at the Mail. One of her duties was to ring the women featured in makeovers and ask what dress size they took. If they were bigger than a size 12, she had to make up excuses about why they weren't needed.

Posted by Clare at September 21, 2004 11:20 AM
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