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What's the site you use to obtain all your business information/international trade/decisions of corporations/any major event?
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Daily Mail! ;P sometimes i read the guardian or telegraph but when procrastinating and don't want to use my brain yet want know whats happening daily mail is the answer.
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the guardian. it has a nice layout and is updated frequently.
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bbc/telegraph
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BBC & the Guardian for news stuff. Independent sometimes have a good scoop. Telegraph is good for finance/economy.
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BBC. I read the Guardian online because I find the Opinion articles hilarious, especially the comments.
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Guardian, Telegraph, BBC and The Economist (the latter most when I want in-depth analysis).
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The Guardian and Google News if I want something more specific.
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I quite like the Daily Mail I won't lie.
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Don't really use news sites unless I'm specifically looking for something. Mostly use social media which tends to give both sides of a point of view, helps in eliminating bias.

Follow Al Jazeera, msnbc, IBTimesUK and Telegraph which gives a decent rundown of happenings here, the US and the middle east, and I'll check out a full report if something catches my eye.

Marc Lamont Hill is a good follow for everything to do with black rights in America.

Sky Sports News HQ for the sport obviously.

Sheffield Star for local news.

XXL, DIY, Pitchfork, The Fader for music stuff.
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(Original post by Phoebe Buffay)
I quite like the Daily Mail I won't lie.
Why? Do you enjoy factual inaccuracies when reading news?
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Aljazeera english,the guardian
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Why? Do you enjoy factual inaccuracies when reading news?
The articles and the comments are sometimes a great way to have some fun.

You know it's full of sh*t anyway, so you just get the enjoyment aspect.

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I like the Independent. Simple and to the point. If I'm looking for opinion pieces I'll go to the Guardian.
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If I want to read comedy I go to the Guardian opinion page.

For everyday news its Daily Mail because it's traditional two colum scroll down is far easier to digest than the more modern sites.

Spiked online is the best alternative site however ( it's what the guardian pretends to be )
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Daily Mail, The Guardian and Sky Sports.
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I tend to mostly use The Independent, but also BBC News and occasionally The Guardian.
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Do people really read the Daily Mail?

RT and Al Jazeera are the most unbiased (everything has bias so take anything you see with a pinch of salt) and occasional BBC news.
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(Original post by *Stefan*)
The articles and the comments are sometimes a great way to have some fun.

You know it's full of sh*t anyway, so you just get the enjoyment aspect.

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It can also be depressing and sad to be frank to see people really believing into crazy stuff that has no reasoning behind it whatsoever. It can look fun from the outset but then that is their true reality.
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(Original post by Lyrical Prodigy)
Daily Mail, The Guardian and Sky Sports.
(Original post by Reluire)
I tend to mostly use The Independent, but also BBC News and occasionally The Guardian.
Most of the newspapers listed here have been british, I wonder why nobody reads for instance american newspapers?
I realise they are focused on american news however there's diverese perspectives to be found in publications from other countries.
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