Tuesday November 24, 2020

SBP Editorial: United front of reckless pandering to Brexit

6th November, 2016

The job of the press is to speak truth to power, to challenge the status quo, and to question accepted wisdom. We may disagree with the things we read, but the value of hearing different views is incalculable.

In times of crisis, though, some newspapers can forget that role and serve only to pander to the lowest common denominator.

Last week, the front pages of several British newspapers served as a worrying barometer of the...

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