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Old 23.04.2018, 08:55
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Re: The Brexit referendum thread: potential consequences for GB, EU and the Brits in

Iíve read the Guardian for more than 40 years, but the quality of its journalism over Brexit has plunged it to a new low, IMO. Even the pro-Brexit Telegraph carries frequent opinion pieces representing the other side of the argument. The Times, anti-Brexit, has regular articles from Brexiteers.

By contrast, the Guardian refuses to accept the possibility that there may be alternative views, and the paper has been wall-to-wall anti-Brexit since the start of the campaign ó and continues to be so. Quite abusive and irrational at times. Any anti-UK utterance from any EU politician, no matter how insignificant, is turned into a news story to push its agenda. Very disappointing. I donít mind them having an editorial slant, but it would be good if they could at least acknowledge that there may be other perspectives.
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