SIX in the CITY

Le Gouais, Marcel
March 2008
Mortgage Strategy;3/10/2008, p53
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the statements by Prime Minister Tony Blair's former chief spin doctor Alastair Campbell during the annual media event organized in honor of former "Daily Mirror" editor Hugh Cudlipp. He criticizes the declining quality of broadsheet and tabloid reporting. He cites with disappointment the significant fall in standards which has likewise been affecting the opportunities opened up by technology. As a support to his stance, he mentions the report cited by Robin Cook.


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