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(not satire – it’s the Daily Mail)

Here’s a sad reminder of why we need press regulation in this country.

Transgender primary school teacher Lucy Meadows – who was mercilessly bullied by jumped-up Daily Mail bully-boy Richard Littlejohn – has been found dead:

Teacher due to begin new term at school as a woman is found dead

Littlejohn – who makes a habit of attacking normal hard-working people like teachers while relying on the impressive legal resources of his employer Lord Rothermere to protect him from any threat of libel from people without the financial means to challenge him in court – recently attacked Ms Meadows in this now-deleted disgusting Mail article (beware – Daily Mail bile):

He’s not only in the wrong body… he’s in the wrong job

This is a good reminder why we urgently needed press regulation.

To protect normal, hard-working people like Lucy Meadows from being mercilessly bullied by wealthy, intolerant gutter-press bully-boys like Littlejohn in the name of so-called ‘free speech’. 


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Remember this? Murdoch hack drove Denholm Elliot’s daughter to suicide

Oops! Daily Mail gets British immigration test wrong

How Murdoch hack Isabel Oakeshott cold-bloodedly sold out her friend for money

Met Office takes apart Daily Mail climate-change denier and Cameron friend James Delingpole

Daily Mail uses an actress for another story to demonise the working class

Oops! The Daily Mail accidentally supports a fascist party. Again.

Daily Mail ‘fixer’ David Rose defends paedophilia accused and attacks child abuse victims. Again.

Daily Mail Apologises To Its Readers After Admitting Publishing Something True

The Sun, The Mail et al – sorry, did we say 120,000 problem families? We meant 16.


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