More tomorrow on the continuing story of how Fleet Street reports on Europe and how things develop in cyberspace. Seems to be back into much the same as during the referendum but a bit more clear.
Fleet Street always was close to the City of London. Soft and Hard get into a muddle as in either Brexit or pro City. Problem at the moment is that the City may need Labour to get out of Brexit, Tories getting stuck in as it appears. But no sign of this so far. Reporting on what Labour says is still hard to find.
A few links before I close all the tabs for the day. I may be unfair, have now found a Guardian report on John McDonnell. But it may have been online only. I can only say I did read a print version each day this week and cannot remember anything.
Much more interest in chance reference to "chaos breakfast" meaning "chaos Brexit". Picked up by Amanda Platell in Mail and John Crace in Guardian ( print versions ) Only Morning Star mentions content of speech.
Just checked website, Guardian is featuring Chuka Umunna asking questions about Nissan and variable deals. My guess is the Guardian will do more of not reporting Labour front bench and concentrating on people they would prefer, including the Liberalos and the interesting Tories. Trouble is they miss out the news about what happens in Parliament.
Keep searching on Twitter for a complete picture.
Sorry, gone off topic a bit. I did try to shift some to another blog just about the Guardian. But I still think the weakness of the Remain case in print has not been helped by the policy to blame Corbyn whatever happens and whatever the topic that gets wasted as a sideline.
Express, Mail and Sun still doing a fantastic job in their own terms.