January 31st, 2014

Newspaper Clarification of the Day

Following yesterday’s Sun splash on schools reforms, the Welsh government complained that the story didn’t make clear the changes did not apply to them:

You can’t say it’s not both full and prominent…

Via @tnewtondunn

18 Comments

  1. 1
    Calamity Clegg, Chief Cockroach says:

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  2. 2
    M Gove says:

    The Grauniad used to look like that most days. At least then, nobody realised what bollocks the paper was full of.

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  3. 3
    Anonymous says:

    Superb
    Play them and the labour authorities in charge at their own game
    If you live on southampton cardiff line the trains have destinations in welsh
    Fuck em

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  4. 4
    Anonymous says:

    In a similar vein
    Bit of unfair reporting on sky news about midwives available in English NHS
    It was stated in a five minute spot the chaos that was going on , the shortages of trained staff and there was a shortage of 2,100 midwives
    Righr at the end the report said 5000 midwives are under training and now taking up posts as quickly as they can. It takes 3 years ro train a midwife so when labour start bleating about this remember they should have commenced the traininf in 2007
    They didnt because they pissed away a the money

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    • 10
      Pitkapoika says:

      Another bandwagon leap from Hodge the Dodge. Second in a week from the odious cow. Trash the Royal Family, trash the NHS, next on the agenda? Cancer treatment/ Kids with rickets/ Nasty employers making profits/ Victimisation of illegal immigrants ?
      This woman has turned the PAC into a Labour Party propaganda machine……….a wonder she hasn’t co-opted the Abbot muppet onto her biased committee.

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  5. 5
    Jazz Porridge says:

    Atg uh4 dfhjk wewe boyo wjkjck wkjwkw captcha jkjkwe 7drv

    “You leek-eating dole scrounger”

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  6. 6
    Antipo-dean says:

    According to Google Translate:

    On the front page of The Sun yesterday, there were subheading to state education story “Shock Plans for Britain’s Schools”. The Welsh Government has asked us to point out the fact that education has been devolved to them, and they do not have any plans to change the school holidays or review length of the school day for children.

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    • 11
      Pitkapoika says:

      Of course Welsh schools don’t need longer hours and shorter holidays. After all their educational standards are leading the world lists aren’t they ??

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    • 14
      Mitch says:

      That makes sense. Clearly you didn’t put it through Google Translate.

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  7. 7
    Chris Bryant, predatory Welshman says:

    WTF does that say?

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  8. 8

    Llywodraeth Cymru yn ffyliaid

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  9. 9
    Where's England's Parliament? says:

    Surely it’s the’Welsh Assembly’ rather than the Welsh Government.

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    • 17
      (I've been renamed) DA-Notice says:

      They love building their part up round here; Welsh Assembly Government or WAG for short.

      North Wales, where I live, is a hot bed of politicisation of the Welsh language and English haters; fFar more so than south Wales.

      Positive discrimination at its finest for a minority and diminishing language but they’ll only ever be an insignificant principality with such small minds.

      I’d rather live here (nice) and set up a business in Chester and travel there and back everyday than be the subject of prohibitive Welsh language and other legislation that will surely follow.

      They love to suckle at the EU and other funded teats.

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  10. 12
    Hear all See all Say nowt says:

    HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA
    Dim ond yn wych!!!

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  11. 13
    Lt Worf says:

    Do you know what this means in Klingon ?

    The Bastards ! My mum has NEVER even been to Rigel VII.

    We have the battlefleet prepared and ready to annihilate Wapping.

    Ach pach g’tach !

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  12. 15
    Cymro oddi ar y llinell says:

    ‘Sdim i ddweud.

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  13. 16
    BIGEARS says:

    Wales should be preserved as a shining example of Labour in power

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