Yes, they’ve stopped publishing him and started reading him

Richard Murphy says:
August 21 2015 at 8:36 pm
I think there is something pretty weird going on at the Guardian

4 thoughts on “Yes, they’ve stopped publishing him and started reading him”

  1. The Other Bloke in Italy

    My dear FA, thank you for that.

    The following one, actually set in the Bunker, is hilarious.

  2. No idea to what Murphy is referring, but this one at Bishop Hill might be evidence of further weirdness:

    http://bishophill.squarespace.com/blog/2015/8/19/guardian-retreats-telegraph-implodes.html

    Very unlikely, I realize, but maybe there are some eyes opening at the Guardian – even if just to the bottom line.

    The descent of the Telegraph has been quite bizarre. It’s almost as if some genius there said, “Hey look, the Guardian is losing readers – let’s try and pick some of them up by becoming leftie twats.”

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  3. Editorially, The Guardian is in general a liberal-left social democratic newspaper. It’s happy to give space to Owen Jones and Seamus Milne, but it doesn’t want to see JC as Labour leader. So, now, it may well be ignoring the Murph.

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