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The Conversation: Daily Mail vs The Guardian: why did editor Paul Dacre lose his rag?
Journalism and Mass Communication 21 July 2017
Describing a cartoon, featured by the Guardian, which depicted the white van, involved in the Finsbury attack, with a “Read the Sun & the Daily Mail” label superimposed on its side, Steven Barnett wrote:
“It was a brilliantly simple and satirical means of delivering the message that the right-wing press – and particularly the two daily papers with the highest circulations in Britain – must take responsibility for the barrage of anti-Muslim propaganda which both papers have been peddling through their news and editorial columns for years.”
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