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whats the best daily tabloid

  • Sun

    Votes: 3 20.0%
  • Mirror

    Votes: 1 6.7%
  • Mail

    Votes: 1 6.7%
  • Express

    Votes: 1 6.7%
  • Star

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • FT

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Sport

    Votes: 1 6.7%
  • other

    Votes: 2 13.3%
  • Broad sheets are better

    Votes: 6 40.0%

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They're pretty well all as bad. They are, in the main, full of tittle tattle, gossip, kiss & tell and t*ts & arse. And they have a distorted view of reality dependent on their proprietor's interests. Mind you, a lot of that could be said about half the broadsheets too... :lol:
 
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...But I guess I ought to vote for The Stun because it has all those attributes in abundance :D
 

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I don't normally buy a daily (normally just the Sunday times and we get our local rag delivered daily), but if I were I'd get a broad sheet as I'm really not the slightest interested in Big Brother or what the England Teams wife's spent on their bar bill.
 

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"Broadsheets are Better".....????


Sun - "Dear Deidre", cute totty on P3 and gems such as "10 Jobs Sven could do: "

No.3 "Join Bill Odie on BirdWatch. He could be a stuck up ***, onbly intent on feathering his own nest" (paraphrased). :cheese: :cheese: :cheese: :cheese:


Ralf S.
 
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Dear readership, lets go to war, uncle Tony says it's the thing to do and we think he has a lot of integrity so we like him...(infact, we OK'd it with the British public to vote him in) :eek:

What a load of arse :rolleyes:
 

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The FT is a good alrounder and an antedote to those who can't abide headline puns (with some papers the stories can even be scewed to suit a bloody pun).....the best thing about the tabloid version is that it negates the need to perform those old origami routines when reading on a crowded train..........bias?..........can be guaranteed with any media..
 
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harleyriv said:
The FT is a good alrounder and an antedote to those who can't abide headline puns (with some papers the stories can even be scewed to suit a bloody pun).....the best thing about the tabloid version is that it negates the need to perform those old origami routines when reading on a crowded train..........bias?..........can be guaranteed with any media..
It's a lot less on TV, it has to be by law. Not knocking the basic premise of a tabloid paper, they are just in the main, full of sh*t is all :rolleyes: .
 
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