British Newspaper The Guardian has chosen talking left-wing-to-liberal nonsense as its sacred and ongoing mission for the past two centuries. Occasionally its journalism can prove thought-provoking without being as irritating as usual.
That’s why it was some of the best journalism from the Guardian’s Weekend Magazine recently, to feature views from the relatives of survivors who have had their stories published, whether by themselves, or using Ghostwriters. Aside from when such relatives have challenged the claims of their children or siblings in court, this piece was a chance to hear either the other side, or the surrounding view of siblings.
The article from a fortnight ago is located at the Guardian’s Site here
Their earlier interview with author Constance Briscoe is here and the background to the libel case from the Daily Mail Website is at the following address;