It's not as bad as originally presented, I listened in to the evening reports and job losses were down to 9,000. At this rate, it shouldn't be too bad by the morning. Just another day of doom and gloom on the media screen, never mind that unemployment is historically low.
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(Original post by zhog)
What, the 15,000 redundancies? You missed my post where I said that by the end of the day the media were talking about 9,000.
And as you've said, it was reported by the media... The same Media you accuse of not reporting accurately... The Guardian, Sky and BBC all had the 9,000 figure in their article headlines. This is like when you were annoyed at the BBC for putting a business related story in its business section.
You do realise that the vast majority of the print media is pro Tory and consistently endorses them during elections? The Mail, Express, Telegraph, Times, Sun, Financial Times etc. I don't remember you having any issue with that... How strange.
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