In a week that finds Vogue Williams ranting about Muslims while wearing a bikini, it’s worth looking at the larger picture: journalism is under threat, and has been for some time
What do we want from our newspaper columnists these days? Once upon a time, back when the world wide web was a figment of our imaginations, it used to be that an opinion was all we were after - that, and perhaps a little education on a subject.
But last week, the Sunday World schooled us on the error of our ways, when their columnist, the Irish model and presenter Vogue Williams, delivered to her...
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