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#525633
This Piers Morgan?
Gary Lineker‏Verified account @GaryLineker

Gary Lineker Retweeted Piers Morgan

Yep, as discussed previously, I’ve never hacked anyone.

Gary Lineker added,
Piers Morgan
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Languid can very quickly turn into lazy. It's why you never made a tackle - too....taxing.
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#526680
Daily Mail group shares slump to five-year low

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Not a double post. I just like reading it.
#526687
Arnold wrote:
Daily Mail group shares slump to five-year low

https://www.theguardian.com/business/20 ... e-year-low" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;

Not a double post. I just like reading it.
And me.

Will it knock back Dacre's 2017 bonus?
#526748
Christians should pray for Prince George to be gay, says minister

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Christians should pray for Prince George to be gay to force support for same-sex marriage in the Church of England, a senior Scottish Episcopal church minister and LGBTQ campaigner has said.

The Very Rev Kelvin Holdsworth, provost of St Mary’s Cathedral in Glasgow, made the comments in a blog he reposted about LGBTQ inclusion in the Church of England following the announcement of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s engagement.

In the post, he writes that Christians should pray “for the Lord to bless Prince George with a love, when he grows up, of a fine young gentleman”.

A former chaplain to the Queen, the Rev Gavin Ashenden, has described the comments as “unkind” and “profoundly un-Christian”, and said the prayer was the “theological equivalent of the curse of the wicked fairy in one of the fairytales”.
#526792
Misread the headline, thought it said : "Christians should pay for Prince George to be gay, says minister"

I thought, "Well, I guess that's a bit of progress. " :D
#526794
Given the Mail's hostility to sections of the Church, they've found a way to run that story:

Pray Prince George is gay says leading clergyman as it would force the church to be more inclusive
Rev Kelvin Holdsworth offered his suggestion in a blog about the royal wedding
He listed ideas for campaigners to change Church’s opposition to gay marriage
Said we should pray for George to grow up with a love for fine, young gentlemen
Comments about the four-year-old were met with outrage by fellow Christians


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Luckily, they've found a bunch of other Christians to condemn the comments. They also note:
This is not the first time [Holdsworth] has caused controversy. In January he invited a Muslim to recite from the Koran during a service at the Cathedral, with the passage including a denial that Jesus was the son of God.
#526847
Daily Mail shares crash 25% as newspaper group slumps to £112m loss
Company said short-term earnings would be hit by 'challenging conditions in some of our sectors'

DMGT, which also owns the Metro slumped to a £112m loss from a £202m profit in 2016 and the company also warned of a tough 2018 ahead, although it said it had a “new strategic vision” for its titles.

The company said short-term earnings would be hit by recent disposals and “challenging conditions in some of our sectors”.

The Mail, Britain’s second most popular newspaper, has attracted criticism this year for headlines such as “Crush The Saboteurs”, which took aim at opponents of Brexit, and “Enemies of the People”, which attacked Supreme Court judges who upheld a challenge to Article 50 being pushed through without parliamentary approval. The paper profiled one of the judges as an “openly gay ex-Olympic fencer”.

Shortly after, Lego pulled its advertising from the Daily Mail in November last year following a public campaign calling on big companies to drop adverts from newspapers accused of promoting “hatred, discrimination and demonisation”. The Body Shop ended its relationship with the newspaper in February this year and this month, Paperchase pulled a promotion from the Mail

Print advertising sales fell 5 per cent for the year while digital ad revenue rose 18 per cent. DMGT said ut expected media revenues in 2018 to decline in the mid-single digits. http://www.independent.co.uk/news/busin ... 84166.html" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;


#526850
youngian wrote:
Daily Mail shares crash 25% as newspaper group slumps to £112m loss
Company said short-term earnings would be hit by 'challenging conditions in some of our sectors'

DMGT, which also owns the Metro slumped to a £112m loss from a £202m profit in 2016 and the company also warned of a tough 2018 ahead, although it said it had a “new strategic vision” for its titles.

The company said short-term earnings would be hit by recent disposals and “challenging conditions in some of our sectors”.

The Mail, Britain’s second most popular newspaper, has attracted criticism this year for headlines such as “Crush The Saboteurs”, which took aim at opponents of Brexit, and “Enemies of the People”, which attacked Supreme Court judges who upheld a challenge to Article 50 being pushed through without parliamentary approval. The paper profiled one of the judges as an “openly gay ex-Olympic fencer”.

Shortly after, Lego pulled its advertising from the Daily Mail in November last year following a public campaign calling on big companies to drop adverts from newspapers accused of promoting “hatred, discrimination and demonisation”. The Body Shop ended its relationship with the newspaper in February this year and this month, Paperchase pulled a promotion from the Mail

Print advertising sales fell 5 per cent for the year while digital ad revenue rose 18 per cent. DMGT said ut expected media revenues in 2018 to decline in the mid-single digits. http://www.independent.co.uk/news/busin ... 84166.html" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;


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