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Like many others on here, I often knock the quality of journalism on Bristol Live, particularly the atrocious spelling/grammatical mistakes and what appears to be a complete absence of proofreading.

It would seem that The Daily Mail is not much better; taken from one of their lead stories today. 

This was at the height of the UK's second wave when the cuntry was plunged into lockdown.

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30 minutes ago, PHILINFRANCE said:

 

Like many others on here, I often knock the quality of journalism on Bristol Live, particularly the atrocious spelling/grammatical mistakes and what appears to be a complete absence of proofreading.

It would seem that The Daily Mail is not much better; taken from one of their lead stories today. 

This was at the height of the UK's second wave when the cuntry was plunged into lockdown.

Is there any screen shots of this - could be very amusing

PS Assume you realise they are the same company, which would explain the shodyness 

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1 minute ago, phantom said:

Is there any screen shots of this - could be very amusing

PS Assume you realise they are the same company, which would explain the shodyness 

 

Regrettably, albeit not surprisingly, it has now been updated.

Never mind, though, the story itself is quite amusing - poor old Matt Hancock 😁.

Inside testing centre responsible for 45,000 wrong Covid tests: Workers played football, scrapped and threw SNOWBALLS at firm set up by Harvard-educated entrepreneur just months before it was handed £120m NHS contract by Matt Hancock

Immensa Health Clinic (left and top right) is responsible for processing PCR tests taken at sites across the South West. But an investigation has revealed it may have been checking swabs incorrectly since the start of last month, and telling infected people that they do not have the virus. Its Harvard-educated manager Andrea Riposati (bottom right) said he was co-operating with autorities and that 'quality is paramount' for Immensa. Employees at the company were filmed fighting, playing football and sleeping on the job in January. This was at the height of the UK's second wave when the cuntry was plunged into lockdown.

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