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Amanda Platell - Remembering Maddie

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Amanda Platell - Remembering Maddie

Post by margaret on 31.05.13 10:54

This was a small piece in her column last week - l think it was missed, but it's what we've all been saying and it's too good not to share.

Remembering Maddie

Two weeks ago, the McCanns were all over the newspapers after UK police revealed new leads in the search for their daughter Madeleine.

So isn’t it sad they are among a group of people who have complained about the royal charter proposed by a newspaper industry that has done so much to publicise their daughter’s plight?

Talk about biting the hand that feeds you.


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Re: Amanda Platell - Remembering Maddie

Post by ShuBob on 31.05.13 11:45

Thanks for the heads-up Margaret

She's only voicing what I suspect all her fellow journalists are saying in secret.

PS: She's in a bit of bother at the moment for admitting to viewing child abuse images on the net in the name of "research"


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Re: Amanda Platell - Remembering Maddie

Post by Guest on 31.05.13 11:54

I thought the role of the press was to investigate and report news rather than 'feed' the interests of any particular parties?
Here's to everyone getting the treatment they deserve - including lacklustre, zeleb-obsessed rags like the Mail.

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Re: Amanda Platell - Remembering Maddie

Post by plebgate on 31.05.13 23:52

The press are watching and waiting imo.

AP is not daft by any means.


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Re: Amanda Platell - Remembering Maddie

Post by plebgate on 01.06.13 7:29

I will put this link here as it is to do with the Daily Mail campaign against online porn.

I find it incredible that the government will not act.

When hacked off wanted action against newspapers and internet bloggers, the politicians very willing obliged.

Why not over internet porn, why no action to prevent the disgusting abuse of children?

Maybe Daily Mail shoud do a re-tweet day similar to the Sun re-tweet for missing persons.

Get the public actively involved and then the MPs might listen.

It comes to something when the newspapers have to try and shame MPs to take action to stop this vile, disgusting abuse which has and is being allowed to go on for way too long.

Useless MPs doing as they are told yet again to keep their jobs, great salaries and very lucrative expenses.

They should do what their constituents want, that is why they are elected.


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