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Any comments about today's vomit-inducing

feature in the Sunday Times featuring front

page pic of their "resident expert landlady"

RM with a houseshaped cake, to celebrate

10 years of the buy-to-let phenomenon?

Can't seem to get my head out of the toilet

long enough to deliver my verdict.

3 pages of the crap inside the ST, all designed

to keep fuelling the party I guess.

:angry:

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Any comments about today's vomit-inducing

feature in the Sunday Times featuring front

page pic of their "resident expert landlady"

RM with a houseshaped cake, to celebrate

10 years of the buy-to-let phenomenon?

Can't seem to get my head out of the toilet

long enough to deliver my verdict.

3 pages of the crap inside the ST, all designed

to keep fuelling the party I guess.

:angry:

I used to like the NULabourTimes/Sunday Times but have switched over to reading (online) more of the Telegraph despite its political affiliation to the New Greenatives. I wish we had some papers like the Wall Street Journal, New York Times and the Orange County Register all of which have printed some realistic artciles on the state of housing for some time. The FT is okay--but that's about it. The Mirror--top class after their artcile on houses losing 144 pounds a day.

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Any respect I had for the Sunday times went out the window with David Smith's commentaries on inflation and interest rates.Anyone know if he's got a large mortgage or something?

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David Smith finished his shit article with the classic " if the BoE were to raise IR's it may give the impression that inflation is getting out of control"

WHAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAATTTTTTTT THE FFFFFFFUUUUCCKKKKKKKKKKKKKK is he on, clutching at straws or what, he is just so desperarte not to be proven wrong hes resorting to almost physchotic behaviour.

Sack him now, make him take GCSE economics.

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I used to like the NULabourTimes/Sunday Times but have switched over to reading (online) more of the Telegraph despite its political affiliation to the New Greenatives. I wish we had some papers like the Wall Street Journal, New York Times and the Orange County Register all of which have printed some realistic artciles on the state of housing for some time. The FT is okay--but that's about it. The Mirror--top class after their artcile on houses losing 144 pounds a day.

First time for everything, but I'm with you on this one RB. The ST has lost the plot recently... and the T is going the same way with it's endless healthcare "news" stories on the front.

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the sunday times is now either the "sloppy"times as that's how it's written (there are so many inaccuracies in it ) or the "sensationalist" times due to the habit it has of breaking non, old stories as new news. it used to be ace as well, just seems to have happened over the last 2 years or so.

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... and the T is going the same way with it's endless healthcare "news" stories on the front.

Let me guess - all good news?

Perhaps this is no coincidence. The government is busily preparing the way for dumbed-down health "news"

As a consequence of a major IT project to put all NHS jobs online, many professional health journals, that rely on recruitments advertising, are now going to the wall. These health magazines employ specialist journalists who are experts in health stories, and effectively filter out the interesting stuff from the "junk" heath PR/spin put out by NHS/government.

Take this expert layer out of the picture, and then national newspapers, who can't afford to keep specialist journalists on their books, have to rely on government press officers for easily-digestible health "information", with the best stories, going to the most compliant and No10 friendly, eg. the Times.

In NuLabour-land this sort of thing doesn't happen by accident

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Let me guess - all good news?

Perhaps this is no coincidence. The government is busily preparing the way for dumbed-down health "news"

As a consequence of a major IT project to put all NHS jobs online, many professional health journals, that rely on recruitments advertising, are now going to the wall. These health magazines employ specialist journalists who are experts in health stories, and effectively filter out the interesting stuff from the "junk" heath PR/spin put out by NHS/government.

Take this expert layer out of the picture, and then national newspapers, who can't afford to keep specialist journalists on their books, have to rely on government press officers for easily-digestible health "information", with the best stories, going to the most compliant and No10 friendly, eg. the Times.

In NuLabour-land this sort of thing doesn't happen by accident

It's all pie-in-the-sky crap. Nigel Hawkes wouldn't know sh1t from clay if he was eating it, and the monkeys at the Times give him one or two front pages a week.

Once again, check out:

www.badscience.net

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The government is busily preparing the way for dumbed-down health "news"

As a consequence of a major IT project to put all NHS jobs online, many professional health journals, that rely on recruitments advertising, are now going to the wall. These health magazines employ specialist journalists who are experts in health stories, and effectively filter out the interesting stuff from the "junk" heath PR/spin put out by NHS/government.

Take this expert layer out of the picture, and then national newspapers, who can't afford to keep specialist journalists on their books, have to rely on government press officers for easily-digestible health "information", with the best stories, going to the most compliant and No10 friendly, eg. the Times.

In NuLabour-land this sort of thing doesn't happen by accident

This happened to save squillions of NHS pounds. The service was provided virtually free to the NHS. Job adverts in the high-end mags you mention are HUGE. It could run to £10k for one job advert (the sort Dog loves to list on a regular basis!) But maybe I am totally naieve. And it is just one big conspiracy, to keep every one in the dark.

The NHS is still going to hell in hand basket whatever happens. If iSoft don't get it, then the internal competition that NuIdiotLab did away with 10 years ago, and is now re-introducing...... will! :o

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