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Potential Editorial Manipulation By 'this Is Money' Website

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This article (published this morning) was the headline leader on 'This is Money' earlier on today:

http://www.thisismoney.co.uk/money/markets/article-2615656/Britain-strongest-growth-four-years-quarter-GDP-0-9.html

But now appears to have vanished from the headlines completely & can only be found by searching 'GDP', where it has been filed away under 'markets', but still not linked form the main markets page that I could see...

It has also not had any comments updated for 4+ hours

Lots of bearish remarks about QE in the comments that are posted...

Bit suspect isn't it?

Edited by disenfranchised

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I really wouldn't be surprised if government officals have direct access to most media outlets and change anything that does not fit in with their message.

Remember: People thought the spying was a conspiracy.

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