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Discussion in 'Bluemoon forum' started by karen7, 8 May 2020.
Lmao, no agenda, yeah right!
Never mind no agenda, no punishment for a blatant lie. What is the point of IPSO ? The person who complained wasted their time.
Agreed, the club could dish out there own punishment, giving them no access, but we know we won't.
Who wrote the original article?
James Milner's mum
To be fair he probably would have been had he played though :-)
Exactly, all corrections should be done on the front page.
Never liked him in Gavin and Stacey
I accept that newspapers may sometimes make a mistake 'yesterday we referred to the sex pest as Piers Morgan when of course we meant Peter Morgan'. That is a mistake and required a simple correction. This about Milner was a blatant lie. First, the reporter wrote his entire article before a ball had been kicked, second he decided to put a total, disgraceful lie into that story, don't forget this was a charity match so carried more weight on the so called booing. To my mind that does not need a correction, it deserves a full blown back page apology, a fine for the a paper and a punishment for the reporter.
If they are allowed to get away with lies how can we trust a paper ? If Milner had played it would have been very hard to prove the story was false and that it had been written before the match. If a paper does that for football what does it do for politics.
Anyway I am off to buy a cup of coffee.
Look at the state of him: