...albeit a little late. This is really old news (about 6 months, to be exact), but as it has only just come to my attention, I feel a need to comment on it.
I've stated before that I do not enjoy the Guardian. This feeling is a matter of bias-preference and a distaste for rather loony (for lack of a better word) commentary. But I do admit, freely, that the paper has taken appropriate steps to correct its own record in the past. It has performed much more professionally than certain elements of its partisan ally the BBC.
I say 'certain elements,' because it is clear that not all members of that state news organization lack the ability to recognize the proper action to take in response to fault. Here's hoping the BBC will echo the Guardian's past record on self-correction.
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