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And no little lack of bias perhaps?Paddylekker said:Well, I'm a journalist and a former member of the Pol Corr lobby so I feel I can answer this with some authority.
.Finally, as a Shinner, one thing I do agree with Paddy about is that there is no sympathy for republicanism among the political correspondents, though I wouldn't buy his notion of this being because of 'private armies'. Journalism in Ireland is a prop to the political and economic establishment. Anything threatening that, is a target, private army or no
ya, i agree with that. there is a huge difference. I never did political comm - i did sports! funny isn't it - a woman doing sports :lol:Paddylekker said:Who says that journalists are always neutral?
There's a big difference between writing news and comment though.
For example, I despise Sinn Fein personally. That never stopped me covering their events or talking to their senior members in the same way I wo :lol: uld treat any other political party.