gutter press


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gutter press

n
(Journalism & Publishing) the section of the popular press that seeks sensationalism in its coverage
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Noun1.gutter press - press that engages in sensational journalism (especially concerning the private lives of public figures)
free press - a press not restricted or controlled by government censorship regarding politics or ideology
Britain, Great Britain, U.K., UK, United Kingdom, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland - a monarchy in northwestern Europe occupying most of the British Isles; divided into England and Scotland and Wales and Northern Ireland; `Great Britain' is often used loosely to refer to the United Kingdom
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gutter press

n the gutter pressla stampa scandalistica
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And Frieda Mosebach was stopping with them for another fortnight, and Frieda was sharp, abominably sharp, and quite capable of remarking, "You love one of the young gentlemen opposite, yes?" The remark would be untrue, but of the kind which, if stated often enough, may become true; just as the remark, "England and Germany are bound to fight," renders war a little more likely each time that it is made, and is therefore made the more readily by the gutter press of either nation.
The chair has also been inviting gutter press for ambiguous interviews in the office and then demanding a token for the crews from the secretariat.
PAKISTAN'S woeful 89-run defeat to arch-rivals India in the ICC World Cup last Sunday has generated a frenzied, preposterously harsh campaign by the media, especially the gutter press, against the national cricket team.
I have been in the forefront in this war against corruption but I can see the Daily Nation is becoming a gutter press day by day.
Many of the older demographic that voted to leave the EU seem to have been taken in by the lurid and outrageous lies printed in the English tabloid gutter press, all of which is owned by "non-doms" who pay no UK tax.
We've seen years and years of a combination of gutter press campaigning by the likes of the Mail, Express and the Scum telling us that immigration is the problem.
The you just trust with your Still, the recent social media scandals have given us dirtbags in the gutter press - who are daily accused of peddling fake news - a bit of a laugh.
The landlord of a Cartmel pub told a reporter who was sniffing around: "We don't want the gutter press in here." Smith may find (indeed, has found already) that Australians will be less tolerant of his recklessness.
"And, of course, the commentary that will pop out from our gutter press and the usual unqualified twitter gobs***s (you know who you are) will distort this further still.
The only thing to be established by Brian Lait's article "The Remoaners whingeing on, and on", whose main substance is the cherry-picking of four statistics from among the vast ream of statistics thrown up by international trade in the endeavour to prove his point, is that the author does not understand democracy, a point underscored by his use of the risible term "remoaners" so beloved of the British right-wing gutter press.
The offshore tax dodgers running the gutter press might not want you to hear it, but Labour have a message of hope, for the North East and the whole country.
And presumably they fear that tabloid newspapers - or "the gutter press", as they doubtless call them - have a morally corrosive effect on the lower classes, which is why they've banned them from their servants' quarters?