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Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, threatens to sue Mail on Sunday

Paper published letter from royal saying father Thomas Markle had ‘broken her heart’ ... -to-father
Science has dim view of Brexit voters’ brains
Researchers gave 11,225 volunteers psychological tests before the referendum and asked how they intended to vote. Results suggest that leavers tended to be less numerate, more impulsive and more prone to accept the unsupported claims of authoritarian figures. ... -7nk8s3272
Boiler wrote:
Sun Mar 10, 2019 3:47 pm
Abernathy wrote:
Sun Mar 10, 2019 2:13 pm
So, thick, then?
Ooh, don't say that to a Leaver - they get well offended if you do.
See, that is interesting. It's probably true, or if it's not precisely accurate, it's certainly counter-productive
to describe a considerable portion of the numpties that voted Leave as thick.

But the fact is, it is alost certainly absolutely accurate. A lot of them really ARE thick. I've certainly spoken to more than a few thickos.

As for taking offence at that, it's interesting to note that quite a few of these types of people are also those who complain vociferously about "PC gorn mad" in their annoyance at not being able to refer to Sir Trevor MacDonald as a nig-nog any more.

My approach now is to emphasise that people were mis-led. In other words, in answering the simple binary question of do you want to Leave the EU or Remain a member?, they really DID "know exactly what they were voting for" - so there is no insult there, as far as it goes. It's just that nobody could know then, or was ever properly informed about exactly what the consequences of leaving were. But we do now - so let's drop all this talk of an affront to democracy.
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Newspapers help to radicalise far right, says UK anti-terror chief

Neil Basu criticises hypocrisy of mainstream news providers in wake of Christchurch attack
Britain’s counter-terrorism chief has said far-right terrorists are being radicalised by mainstream newspaper coverage, while also criticising the hypocrisy of outlets such as Mail Online, which uploaded the “manifesto” of the gunman in the Christchurch terror attack.

Neil Basu, one of Britain’s top police officers, said it was ironic that while newspapers have repeatedly criticised the likes of Facebook and Google for hosting extremist content, sites including the Sun and the Mirror rushed to upload clips of footage filmed by the gunman as he attacked two mosques in New Zealand.
Not irony but hypocrisy. As PE pointed out today, they may have breached terrorism laws. ... -neil-basu
Dutch court blocks extradition of man to 'inhumane' UK prisons

Judges in the Netherlands have refused to send a suspected drug smuggler back to the UK because of concerns that conditions in British jails are inhumane.

An initial application to extradite the unnamed man, who had been on the run for two years, was refused this week due to the reported state of HMP Liverpool where he would probably be sent.

The court of Amsterdam heard how inspectors had found “some of the most disturbing prison conditions we have ever seen” and “conditions which have no place in an advanced nation in the 21st century”, in reference to report on the state of prisons in the UK published last July.
DailyMail: 50% Drop In Traffic After Google June 2019 Core Update
Jesus Mendez, the SEO Director at MailOnline, which operators, has admitted publicly that the site took a massive hit by the June 2019 Google core update which began rolling out June 3rd. He said the site "lost 50% of daily traffic" because of this Google update. ... 27690.html
Big Arnold wrote:
Sat Jun 08, 2019 9:10 am
Google has done something that has drastically reduced the number of visitors to MailOnline. I don't understand how either, but I'm just pleased.

:D :D :D :D
I get that. It's how, I'm interested in.
You may find the answer here: ... eek-313905

The gist of it seems to be to remove duplication of results from the same domain when using keywords. I think.

Sites like the Mail will have people dealing in SEO - Search Engine Optimisation - to make sure their results come first. The owner of a forum I was once involved with was very keen to make sure his forum got as close to the top of the results list as possible: about once a month my website enquiries mailbox will get an email from someone offering to sell me SEO services.
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I found this as well, seems as if it's adversely affected some sites but assisted others. Probably only short term but as the saying goes, every little helps and The Mail clearly felt sufficiently pissed off to complain about it. :lol: ... daily-mail
Is there anyone in the Derbyshire area who can say how much coverage this has had locally?
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