7th July remembered.

Today at noon I went with many other colleagues to stand outside the BBC offices, near the flag poles, as the midden that is my desk didn’t seem the place to mark the anniversary.

The FT Daily Telegraph The Times The Sun The Guardian Morning Star The Star The Mirror The Independent The Daily Express

All today’s frontpages. The Star goes for an arse, natch. I actually quite like what The Sun’s done with the bus route montage. The Mirror The Times and the Guardian all focus on the released video. The Indi takes goes for the Prescott story, while the Daily Express falls back on an old favourite, Diana, hence it’s Private Eye nickname of the Diana Express (Incidentally I did a little research, the current tally for Diana stories on the frontpage of the DE is around 28 since Christmas, that’s an average of one a week, and here they all are) Not much imagery on the wires to speak off.. Shots of Ken and the wreath laying, and the minutes silence at noon.

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These are my personal views and not those of Channel 4 or the BBC
July 2006

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