#NigelFarage Of #ukip Faces The Press … (now with added Today) #GE2015 #RaceForNumber10

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The Times: Read by the people who run the country (and owned by a man who gave an audience to Nigel Farage.  A man who sold his birthright, his Australian nationality to become a US citizen so he might own media outlets in the USA.  A man who opposes other people pooling, but not selling their birthrights for economic and social gain).

Daily Mirror: Read by the people who think they run the country.

Guardian: Read by the people who think they ought to run the country (but think Labour ought to engage with ukip supporters without ever mentioning the m word).

Independent: Read by people who like to think their newspaper is independent, despite it being owned by a Russian oligarch.

Morning Star: Used to be read by people who thought the country ought to be run by another country.  They now think it should be run by their cats, according to their cats!

Daily Mail: Read by the wives of the people who own the country (and edited by people who quite often make Farage look liberal.  And owned by a family who think talents and abilities can have hereditary descent).

Financial Times: Read by the people who own the country.

Daily Express: Read by the people who think that the country ought to be run as it used to be (and owned by a man who backs ukip).

Daily Telegraph: Read by the people who think the country is run by another country (and is owned by two reclusive brothers who practice tax efficiency, are close friends of Nigel Farage and who do not live in the United Kingdom).

Today: Read by the people who think it is still 1986 and that the glorious reign of the Blessed Maggi will go on and on and on …  (and naturally they back the self styled sole and natural heir of the Baroness).

The Sun and The Daily Star: Their readers don’t care who runs the country as long as she has big t … (and are both owned by people smiling on Farage, who is a big t … ).

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