I always thought the Press were bound by codes of decency and factual reporting. It seems this is not only not so, it is officially not so and never has been.
Those press hacks can write what they like with no facts, no research, no checks or balances and their editors will support them.
The newspapers are an entirely untrustworthy source of news and that is now official.
If you are a candidate in the upcoming election, and the local hack-rag doesn't like you, they can say what they like and get away with it. Well, that is pure free speech, but it only works if we all have it.
We don't. We ordinary proles would get sued for libel if we did the same thing.
A future fair for all? Really?
A future fair for all those who Labour agree should have a future. It's a bit unwieldy but it's their real campaign slogan.
If you smoke or drink or like a pizza or a bag of chips, Labour want you gone.
And they want you to vote for it.