In June this year the Sun newspaper claimed a train had crashed because the Muslim driver happened to be fasting while he was working. But they have now been forced to apologise for having no evidence for the claim.
The Sun newspaper today splashed its front page with the Simpsons, claiming they predicted Donald Trump’s win 16 years ago. But that claim isn’t entirely true.
The Sun newspaper this morning attacked ‘foreign-born multi-millionaires’ who were behind the legal challenge that won in the High Court yesterday.
The Labour general-secretary Ian McNicol today called staff to remove on all copies of The Sun newspaper from Labour conference in Liverpool after an outcry.
The Sun newspaper this morning, after a front-page splash yesterday, lays into Channel 4 for “stealing” the Great British Bake Off.
The Sun newspaper ran an article yesterday slamming the use of ‘open source’ software as a way to attack Jeremy Corbyn. But Political Scrapbook has found the Sun considers such software reliable enough to use it for its own website. Hypocrisy, much?
You may remember earlier this week we reported that The Sun had published a barmy list of ten ways to say “up yours” to EU. Now the EU Commission has responded point by point, and it’s really worth reading.
If you thought the Brexit vote was merely about withdrawal from the EU and getting more money for the NHS, you couldn’t be more wrong. First it ‘bring back blue passports’, then it became ‘bring back imperial measurements‘. Now it’s getting worse.
The Sun newspaper’s front page this morning is a model of hypocrisy, once again, when it comes to it attitude towards migrants.
The Sun has published a piece today expressing its horror that up to 3 million ‘migrants’ in the UK could be allowed to settle here after Brexit. Only a few weeks ago it was worried about the fate of British ‘expats’ abroad who may be forced to return here.