Bad Day for Newspapers

Cameron’s speech has been confined to the dustbin of history by two big stories breaking overnight. Finally Sarah Palin accepted that she wasn’t going to win the Republican nomination, but even her withdrawal was eclipsed by the sad news that Steve Jobs has died. You wouldn’t know this though if all you read was this morning’s papers. Both stories came in too late for this morning’s editions of the nationals.

What is the point of buying a piece of dead tree that is twelve hours out of date by the time you pick it up?


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“Remainer readers may dislike Mr Farage – they may dislike his style, his rhetoric, his approach – but he cannot be faulted for his appreciation of strategy. If his opponents don’t up their game – and fast – he will beat them, just as he did before.”

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