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    Which papers/websites/blogs/news channels do you frequent?

    Also, and this is just for research purposes (:angelblush:), whereabouts are you on the political compass?
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    Buzzfeed.
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    BBC for general news on everything or the guardian if i'm on my phone at the time.

    For gaming it's either youtube or reddit
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    The Week and Reddit (normally articles rerouted via r/debatefascism).

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    (Original post by Laeliakiwi)
    Which papers/websites/blogs/news channels do you frequent?

    Also, and this is just for research purposes (:angelblush:), whereabouts are you on the political compass?
    Daily Mirror
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    (Original post by RedManc)
    Daily Mail
    Quick change there!
    Surprised you read that, even I don't read that
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    (Original post by Mathemagicien)
    I frequent BBC News and Reddit for when I want news.

    I also visit the Guardian for my daily outrage session, and so that everyone knows what a good person I am for reading the Guardian.
    Sounds about right.


    I am far-left far-authoritarian.
    Interesting :beard:

    (Original post by Nirvana1989-1994)
    Buzzfeed.
    I said news.

    (Original post by Kravence)
    BBC for general news on everything or the guardian if i'm on my phone at the time.

    For gaming it's either youtube or reddit
    I'm guessing left-wing?


    (Original post by RedManc)
    Daily Mirror
    Never read that actually, strange.
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    (Original post by Nirvana1989-1994)
    Buzzfeed.
    Joke or serious?
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    (Original post by Laeliakiwi)
    Sounds about right.

    I said news.
    Best news source out there.
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    (Original post by Laeliakiwi)
    I'm guessing left-wing?
    I'm pretty unbiased, I go to BBC just to see what it currently happening then if the article looks like BS I go look elsewhere & the guardian because my english teach suggested it lol
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    The Guardian and the economist are the main ones but I also browse the BBC and some other ones.

    The Guardian being biased to the left is complete rubbish from the right wing. They frequently include" right wing bias" news and in some cases are even better than right wing tabloids (although that isnt exactly a high standard). The only obvious leftists come from columnists.
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    The Onion
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    (Original post by Nirvana1989-1994)
    Best news source out there.
    In LA, sure.
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    FT
    Economist
    Independent

    The UK doesn't really have a liberal newspaper that isn't heavy on business news (like the FT) or isn't a newspaper at all (like the Economist).

    I'm reading the Indy 'cos it used to be liberal. As I understand it, it's now gone socialist.
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    (Original post by Laeliakiwi)
    In LA, sure.


    (Original post by Pikachū)
    Joke or serious?
    Obviously a joke.

    It's clickbait, and the 'journalists' are intolerable.
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    (Original post by Kravence)
    I'm pretty unbiased, I go to BBC just to see what it currently happening then if the article looks like BS I go look elsewhere & the guardian because my english teach suggested it lol
    So you're an android?


    (Original post by SinsNotTragedies)
    The Onion
    Need to check this out, is it any good?
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    (Original post by fleky6910)
    Quick change there!
    Surprised you read that, even I don't read that
    I find the Daily Mail and Express entertaining. However, I will never touch the S*n
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    (Original post by Laeliakiwi)
    Need to check this out, is it any good?
    It's satire, but I personally prefer Waterford Whisper News.

    I mostly check the BBC app for news but I read the Guardian articles if they come up on my Facebook news feed, and I find articles through the news app on my phone sometimes.
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    (Original post by Laeliakiwi)
    Sounds about right.




    Interesting :beard:



    I said news.



    I'm guessing left-wing?




    Never read that actually, strange.
    the Daily Mirror is a good paper.
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