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|[QUOTE]Quoting: john daly|
[I][QUOTE]Quoting: Terry Carey
[I]The Sun newspaper was wont to ask such questions some years ago as ’Is this the most dangerous man in Britain? The man in question whose photo loomed large on the front page was Tony Blair.
Later, when Blair got into bed with Rupert Murdoch he became a shining knight in armour, the saviour of Britain, Europe, the World, Universe etc.
Truly Colin it can be very difficult to decide if any newspaper is telling the truth, half of the truth or damn lies unless one exercises common sense and listens to other sources regardless whether or not one paper is one’s favourite reading.
I do all the crosswords, number puzzles, picture puzzles in the Daily Mail except for Sudoku which I find the most boring invention ever. After doing a couple it is so obvious how to do them that there is no challenge. It’s simply following a system till you get to the end.
I too do the Daily Mail Quizzes Terry, i actually like the suduko, only the Five star though. i enjoy the crossword. If you have Fridays did you get No. 10 across "Postman Fatigued", got me stumped. I have found the Mail not so right wing since Cameron and Co came to power.