July 13th, 2012

James Curran at Leveson:

To be brutally frank the Independent and the Guardian have tiny circulations“.


15 Comments

  1. 1
    Andrew Efiong says:

    The Guardian probably get the numbers wrong, like most of their business section!

    Like

  2. 2
    Sean says:

    Have the Jobs cuts been announced yet?

    Like

  3. 3

    I would imagine that Leveson is already aware of the perils of his papers of choice.

    Like

  4. 4
    Grumpy_Haggis says:

    Its not how big it is, its what you do with it.

    Like

    • 14
      Big Momma says:

      Grumpy Haggis is right.
      Gruniard and Independent give their news, bias, and loony left advice (orders?) to their cohorts in the BBC, who broadcast such propaganda nation and in some cases world wide.
      With their bias, disinformation and half truths they have had a serious part to play in our current dire situation.

      Like

  5. 6
    no longer anonymous says:

    Who exactly is WikiGuido?

    Like

  6. 10
    Mr Gove A.K.A Pob says:

    Grauniad’s website has 4 million unique visitors a day, what does that say about your traffic Guido?

    Like

    • 11
      Business Cat (Specializing in yarns, Cdn owned & op) says:

      Guido is just a blog FFS! What, just himself and neo-Guido as employees?

      Like

    • 13
      no longer anonymous says:

      Yet the Guardian continues to make a loss.

      Like

    • 15
      Big Momma says:

      They are definately unique in that they only represent a small segment of our population thank god.
      I also visit it because it has the best food and recipe part of any newspaper in the UK.

      Like

  7. 12
    ed martin says:

    tiny circulation -spot on

    that’s the physiological condition of tabloid readers brains – and therefore the brains of the journo’s, and of every exhibitionist paying their way into the tabloids to get publicity

    that’s why the background of messrs campbell and coulson qualified them so well for their jobs

    Like


Seen Elsewhere

What We Learned From the Referendum | FT
Scottish Crisis Moves South | Nick Wood
English Democrats Accidentally Celebrate Yes Victory | Pink News
Union In Its Current Form is Dead | Janan Ganesh
Labour Could Be Split in Two | Sun
Ashcroft Poll: Why Scotland Voted No | Buzzfeed
Boris: Change Barnett Formula | Sun
Cameron is Back | Dan Hodges
What Happens Now | James Kirkup
Cairo of the North | Quentin Letts
Labour are the Biggest Losers | Phil Collins


VOTER-RECALL
Find out more about PLMR


Diane Abbott on the Daily Politics:

“Labour MPs will unite behind Ed Miliband, once we find out what our policies are.”



It was only a tiny tiny collision.


Tip off Guido
Web Guido's Archives

Subscribe me to:






RSS




AddThis Feed Button
Archive


Labels
Guido Reads
Follow

Get every new post delivered to your Inbox.

Join 1,466 other followers