April 9th, 2013

She Was So Good That Oborne Saluted Her Twice

You could hardly imagine a busier first day in the office for Tim Montgomerie as the Times‘ new comment editor. It must also have been some baptism of fire for his replacement over at ConHome, Paul Goodman. Meanwhile not only did the prolific Peter Oborne tell us to marvel at Maggie in the Telegraph, he also managed to pen an obituary for the Mail as well. At least they were both consistent…


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    Oborne is like the curate’s egg.

    Maggie was constant.

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      Dying Industry says:

      Search the Daily Mail site and you can find Oborne praising Gordon Brown!!! (That bigoted old man).

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    Dying Industry says:

    Free-fall: Adjusted for inflation, print newspaper advertising revenue in 2012 was lower than in 1950

    http://www.aei-ideas.org/2013/04/free-fall-adjusted-for-inflation-print-newspaper-advertising-in-2012-was-lower-than-in-1950

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