How disappointing to find ‘copy-cats’ among reputable publications. So much easier to print copy that’s already been written by someone else. Gone are the days when reporters went out to gather information for themselves.
The Consumer Watchdog Foundation has claimed that it was the first to publish a story about the rooftop protest at former Children’s Minister Ed Timpson home last week. It also claims that it followed the events as they happened.
This is not true. Whilst we broke the story first with real time video footage, and a full 24 hours before the CWF, a media outlet called The Northwhich Guardian followed shortly after us and then another online media site, The Nantwich News mentioned the protest. The Consumer Watchdog Foundation however, didn’t get to the demonstration until the following day.
We wrote in last night to mention that they had made a mistake about coverage, but as of this morning the comment has yet to be published and no correction to their article has been made. A comment added after ours has been approved.
This is not our biggest concern with the CWF’s article…
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