Tim Stanley Follow 14 December 2018 • 4:10pm I will say one thing for Brexit, it’s put us on the map. American newspapers are filled with stories of British misery and incompetence, and this week the New York Times went fishing. “Have you experienced a petty crime in London?” it asked on Twitter, “Tell us your story.” The horrors came thick and fast. “Someone made eye contact with me on the tube,” read one reply; “I ordered a tea and they put the milk in first,” said another. Worse: “I asked how someone was and they actually told me.” These are dark times. The other day I saw someone standing on the wrong side of the escalator. Seeing your country through the eyes of another is always fascinating. I was living in the US when William married... To continue reading this article Start your free trial of Premium Access all Premium articles Subscriber-only events Cancel … [Read more...] about As the New York Times has reminded us, it’s always fascinating to see your country through the eyes of another
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The New York Times has returned to Sunderland to publish another article on attitudes towards Brexit in the city. A previous article on Wearside back in 2016 sparked an angry reaction, with the Sunderland Echo calling on the publication to apologise for a post-Brexit report on the city.Now the New York Times has published a new article, headlined: 'In a Seething Pro-Brexit Town, Doubts Creep In About Leaving the EU'.You can read the latest New York Times article by clicking here ‘We can save £39billion’ - Wetherspoon’s pub chain founder in Sunderland calls for No Deal Brexit … [Read more...] about The New York Times returns to Sunderland: What do they say about city in their latest report on Brexit?
The New York Times published an article Wednesday which alleges that Facebook engaged in a number of practices designed to hurt competitors and direct media and government attention anywhere else they could — including George Soros. A recent article published by the New York Times titled “Delay, Deny and Deflect: How Facebook’s Leaders Fought Through Crisis,” provides insight into how Facebook has operated through numerous crises over the past few years. The report also alleges that Facebook hired a PR firm which published articles critical of Facebook’s competitors through an associated conservative news website. Facebook also reportedly hired a Republican opposition research firm to discredit activist protesters critical of Facebook’s data breaches. This was done partly by linking them to the left-wing financier George Soros.Here are some of the key takeaways from the New York Times report: 1: Facebook attempted to link … [Read more...] about Five Revelations About Facebook from the New York Times
Isobel Asher Hamilton, provided by Published 4:55 am PST, Thursday, November 15, 2018 Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg. His company published a blog post refuting elements of a New York Times report, such as Russian interference, political point-scoring, and Zuckerberg banning his executives from using iPhones. Here's what information of yours Facebook keeps and tracks >>>> less Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg. His company published a blog post refuting elements of a New York Times report, such as Russian interference, political point-scoring, and Zuckerberg banning his executives ... more Photo: Jeff Chiu, AP Photo: Jeff Chiu, AP Image 1 of / 13 Caption Close Image 1 of 13 Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg. His company published a blog post refuting elements of a New York … [Read more...] about Facebook hits back at The New York Times, pointing out the ‘inaccuracies’ in its blockbuster report on leadership missteps
POLITICS 10/17/2018 12:31 pm ET The paper of record calls McInnes a "hipster" and "provocateur." He's also a racist, sexist gang leader. By Andy Campbell In a wildly tone-deaf profile of Gavin McInnes this week, The New York Times went to great lengths to avoid calling the Proud Boys founder a racist, sexist, fascist gang leader, even though he could be accurately described as all of these things. As described in the article, published Tuesday, McInnes ― co-founder of Vice and leader of a punch-happy street gang of self-described “Western chauvinists” ― is a “provocateur” worthy of curious contemplation. The former “Brooklyn hipster” recently made national news, after all! The Times’ headline reads: “Proud Boys Founder: How He Went From Brooklyn Hipster to Far-Right Provocateur.” Right off the bat, the Times has glossed over key facts about McInnes ― he’s an anti-Semite; he disparages … [Read more...] about The New York Times’ Profile Of Gavin McInnes Is Incredibly Tone-Deaf