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Former Chancellor George Osborne faces backlash over cash for editorial claims at the London Evening Standard

  • Former Chancellor George Osborne is embroiled in an editorial integrity row
  • Newspaper faces accusations it had sold positive news coverage to brands 
  • Google and Uber among firms reported to have paid to be part of a campaign - The two were among six firms to each pay £500,000 to be part of the paper's 'London 2020' project which will highlight issues including air pollution and housing.
  • Evening Standard said it had agreed partnerships to support its campaign but denied the deals threatened its editorial integrity and independence



 http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5793155/George-Osborne-faces-backlash-cash-editorial-claims-London-Evening-Standard.html#ixzz5HAlXYZh1



 

 

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They have no shame....

Those in positions of power in this country really need to reflect upon their standards of conduct and whether they are a generation of greedy degenerates.

 

 

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After the success of help to buy for the personal wealth of house builder senior bods private wealth I'm not surprised.

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Mr George is paid by Black Rock 500’000 a year or something like that, one of his 6 jobs he had whilst in government position of power, Black Rock is one of Uber’s financial backers.. Its all part of the MP’s corruption racket.. 

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    1. 1. Including the effects Brexit, where do you think average UK house prices will be relative to now in June 2020?


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