Perhaps we should all remember this, next time a paper screams out an accusation against Mr Corbyn – whether from opponents in his own party or other right-wingers.
It was also enjoyable to see neoliberals criticised for suggesting that their views are “common sense”. Quite right – they’re not.
A new report, published by the London School of Economics and Political Science, has confirmed the media’s bias against Jeremy Corbyn, claiming the press have turned into an “attackdog” against the opposition leader. It also illustrates how Labour politicians, who have been plotting against Corbyn, have been corrupting the media, long before the current coup.
Entitled “Journalistic Representations of Jeremy Corbyn in the Mainstream Press: From Watchdog to Attackdog”, the scathing report from the Media and Communications Department at LSE, heavily criticises the way Corbyn has been treated in the mainstream press.
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