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The green-eyed monster

The green-eyed monster

Oh dear!  There had to be jealousy, that all too human emotion.

Nothing new here if it wasn’t because it was courtesy of  The Times, once the preserver of British correctness. O tempora! O mores!

Thank  goodness there was a voice of dissent that raised concern over the treatment of our football heroes. The voice of Miriam Gonzalez Durantez who wrote a letter to the Times editor asking them to eat humble pie after reporting that Spanish National football team’s performance in the match against Switzerland was affected by the presence of journalist Sara Carbonero in the stadium.

Miriam, wife of British Deputy Prime Minister, Nick Clegg,  has shown concern over the misogynistic decline and fall of the British press.

However, let’s not forget that, sadly, the best selling British newspaper is The Sun with its notoriously sexiest page 3. I have often wondered if people buy it as a joke, or to wrap fish and chips as it is only 20 pence anyway.

It is OK as long as we can hear the voice of reason every now and again.

Read all about it here and tell us what you think

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