Another view from a different paper.http://www.independent.co.uk/opinion/co ... 02237.html
And another....http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree ... ers-strike
Who's telling the truth then? The Times, Guardian, or Independent??? Or does it depend if your left wing or right wing?
They are editorials though.....just someones opinion, just because they are journalists doesn't mean you have to believe it, it's just someone giving their viewpoint, it's what editorials are.
I would say, read as many sources as you can, find out as many facts as you can and then form your own opinion, I never believe any articles as they are always "someones" opinion, i try and extract facts.
BBC are one of the worst for twisting stories, it's not what they say, its the bits they leave out of stories, but the pretense of giving a balanced view point is awful, when read it seems balanced and impartial as generally they do not "take sides" but it's what they leave out, or comments at the end. They have been criticised in the past for not putting stories into historical context, and I say the main news has gone to "showy" in my opinion, as Charlie Brooker said, what happened to News readers? They are personalities now, listen to BBC world news on Radio 4 after 1am, that's how our news used to be, not like mainstream news, all to for the ratings and shock factor now.... rant over