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sensationalist journalism

newspaper with half-size pages


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CELEBRITIES are usually the first to take any chance to criticise the British tabloid press, both Greg Rusedski and Serena Williams have come out in support of the fourth estate.
On his return to Rome last night, Eriksson revealed that the British tabloid press had already been hunting for skeletons in his cupboard.
Environmental groups such as Greenpeace use the cause to raise money, and the British tabloid press is notorious for taking a sensational story and running with it, Entis said.
Is it any wonder that the anguished pieties and hand-wringing of the British tabloid press, the politicians, and the football establishment over the depredations of the hooligans strike a hollow note in those of us who grew up with the game?
Confronted with such suggestions the British tabloid press erupted in anger.
The NUJ is acutely aware that some of the worst excesses of the British tabloid press are carried out by its own members.
The British tabloid press rushed for the high ground, bellowing outrage at the proposed mass outing.
does believe There be Posted on Facebook: "In recent days there have been a number of misleading and sensationalist reports in the British tabloid press on the legacy proposals within the Stormont House Agreement.
Cast your mind back to the infamous "sex on the beach" case, or other incidents, and the British tabloid press had a field day.
Muslim clerics backed a boycott of the stores, which was gleefully reported as a fatwa by the British tabloid press.
Most of the British tabloid press - with the notable exception of the Labor-supporting Daily Mirror - is unashamedly pro-Tory.
Vigorously refuting recent media reports -- particularly in the British tabloid press -- that her husband is in a grave condition, Mrs Ali said via email: "Muhammad is well, in spite of reports in the UK tabloid media.
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