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    (Original post by Laeliakiwi)
    So you're an android?
    no idea you're talking about mate, I am as human as my creators.... :ninja:

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    (Original post by DarkMagic)
    It's satire, but I personally prefer Waterford Whisper News.
    Never heard of this, I'll search it later.

    (Original post by Kravence)
    no idea you're talking about mate, I'm am as human as my creators.... :ninja:

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    You were programmed to say that.

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    - thecipherbrief.com
    - wired.com
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    Reuters, The Economist (although even they have been less good as of late), and a few others - but mostly Twitter.
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    The Guardian
    BBC/CNN
    The Independent

    Centrist - social democrat, fiscal conservative (although strangely in the US Election I was best matched with Marco Rubio on 'isidewith' .. so who knows ey)
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    (Original post by Laeliakiwi)
    You were programmed to say that.

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    BBC News and (ah this is bad and not really for proper news but) Twitter. Occasionally the Guardian online too or whatever newspaper we have at home (The Times/local paper normally). I guess I'm sort of middle to left politically!
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    alarabiya (for english version alarabiya english) main channel and website used
    the guardian second main
    and to keep my info pool open hehe, the bbc ( for different opinion and to see what lies is being told lol bout international countries)
    fox news for same reason
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    Mostly the Broadsheets plus the BBC and LBC . The New Statesman, Reuters and RT occasionally.

    A bit of Breitbart and Morning Star for a laugh now and again as well.

    I'll buy Private Eye very occasionally also.
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    (Original post by Kaneki Ken)
    alarabiya (for english version alarabiya english) main channel and website used
    the guardian second main
    and to keep my info pool open hehe, the bbc ( for different opinion and to see what lies is being told lol bout international countries)
    fox news for same reason
    Saudi propaganda and Fox News? That's an interesting mix.
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    I do not read the news most of the time. When I do, I go to the BBC site.
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    All over. YouTube is good. I have the BBC app on my phone, although I've become more aware of the BBC's biases as time has gone on.

    It's best not to rely too heavily on a single outlet or side of the political spectrum. You won't be getting the whole story, and they'll typically spin things to make it sound a certain way. Even choice of words makes a huge difference. And don't assume they won't omit or play down 'inconvenient' details, either.
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    (Original post by knightchildish)
    The Guardian being biased to the left is complete rubbish from the right wing.
    What world are you living in? It's almost as bad as the New Statesman. The editor of the Guardian left to work for actual socialist Jeremy Corbyn.

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    Telegraph for UK news, Spectator for UK analysis. Twitter for US news, National Review for US analysis.

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    (Original post by jape)
    What world are you living in? It's almost as bad as the New Statesman. The editor of the Guardian left to work for actual socialist Jeremy Corbyn.

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    Key word there: Left

    Again, you need to go check out the articles they make, just because it's more intelligent than the Daily Mail doesn't make it Leftist.

    Your judgement seems questionable since one of your sources for US news is twitter, a breeding ground for fake news.
 
 
 
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