Two wrongs and a right


“A lot of people think that British journalism is corrupted. …

Comment on Two wrongs and a right by woodstein.

“A lot of people think that British journalism is corrupted. I agree with them. Our job as journalists is to tell the truth, but repeatedly we fail. From the great global falsehoods on weapons of mass destruction and millennium bugs to the daily dribble of routine disinformation and distortion, we serve up stories which are no better than the idea that the Earth is flat.”
“Churnalism has taken the place of what we should be doing: Telling the truth.”

Nick Davies 04 February 2008

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Two wrongs and a right
yourhavingalaugh 25th January 2016 at 1:49 pm
Seems like a long time, but not an expert on this.
Some information here’s-estate-in-scotland
Hope you get a resolution.

Two wrongs and a right
John Clark 24th January 2016 at 11:00 pm
TSFM is like a time machine, fist I get thrown back to 1964 when I used to deliver newspapers, then 1974 when I used to process Bonds of Caution  (cayshun).03
(Where a deceased had not left a will, and an insurance was required against someone applying for confirmation when they were not entitled to do so and against an executor failing to distribute the estate according to law.)16

Two wrongs and a right
Homunculus 18th January 2016 at 2:30 pm
I do agree with what you are saying, but I also agree with RTC re “confusion” here:-
The never-ending story
“However, there are still many people who seem confused by what this was about. Myths have developed. Confusion reigns over whether Rangers’ conduct of the relevant tax cases is currently considered legal or illegal. Was it was tax avoidance or tax evasion, and so on.”

And even the “experts” here:-

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PressReader – Daily Record: 2018-10-03 – GAME CHANGER 
9 hours ago

Front Page DR print edition.

  • Cops and football chiefs cave in to pressure from fans and politicians and rethink plans to host both League Cup semifinals at Hampden on …


Funny thing is, the above is not available  on line. ??

Has a gun been jumped?

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Homunculus 15th September 2018 at 23:14


“One would almost think that BDO were doing what HMRC wanted them to do when they appealed it to the Supreme Court and made the matter final. As if HMRC were so confident that they wanted the matter settled once and for all. “


They were

stare decisis

binds courts to follow legal precedents set by previous decisions.


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