Wednesday August 12, 2020

Not the end of the story for Quinn

Journalists are supposed to scrutinise particularly closely any announcements made at inconvenient times such as Christmas Eve, New Year’s Eve, the Fridays of bank holiday weekends or any time when they are distracted by other major news stories.

15th November, 2008

Journalists are supposed to scrutinise particularly closely any announcements made at inconvenient times such as Christmas Eve, New Year’s Eve, the Fridays of bank holiday weekends or any time when they are distracted by other major news stories.

Long experience has made media organisations suspect that governments and companies take advantage of such occasions to slip out bad news in the hope either that journalists won’t notice or won’t devote as much time...

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