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Old 10-05-2019, 04:34 AM
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I don't think Chris Ship has been negatively reporting on Meghan at all, the TV press tend to just follow the news, it would look extremely odd for them not to report on stories that are in all the papers but the TV news tends to stick with reporting that there is a story and giving both sides of the argument rather than taking sides in the way the tabloids do.

I agree with him that the statement and announcement of legal action overshadowed the last days of the tour, whether you think the legal action is right or wrong is irrelevant here such action was always going to be reported on and overshadow anything else. Gain whether that is right or wrong is up for debate but anyone could see that it would.

IMO Chris is one the few media who has reported pretty even handedly on things.

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Old 10-05-2019, 04:39 AM
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The act of monumental selfishness was IMO the act of London tabloid editors and others back home in Britain ordering their reporters in the Press Pack in South Africa to cover the statement and the law suit with utter disregard for the issue of South African unemployment, which Harry did address. There was totally no need to blank one out issue in favour of the other. Just greed and a need for Clickbait at all costs.

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Old 10-17-2019, 12:06 AM
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I completely agree with you Curryong. The South African journalists continued to cover the important issues Meghan & Harry were highlighting on that final day of the tour. It was the British media's choice to focus solely on the legal suit, which was not a requirement. It was the British media's guilty excuse.

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