I often look in on the Warrington Guardian which is the local newspaper for my home town and have sometimes looked into the background of those who are writing up the article of the day.
I can say after having spent some time on the site and found that some of those amateur journalists are definitely not impartial and seem to have put their Labour supporting credentials on full view.
The Warrington North MP was given the post by one Uncle Jeremy Corbyn and seems to spend more of her life in Islington than actually looking after her constituents, and it is great fun to have that local game of “Where’s Charlotte”. Yet there seems to be no criticism of her anywhere on the paper.
The Warrington Guardian gives space in their papers for both MPs and what suddenly sprung out was that all articles involving Charlotte Nichols cannot have comments added to them. Yet, the Warrington South MP Andy Carter often does.
Andy will write some comments and the Labour supporters come out of the woodwork to blast him at each and every opportunity as you would expect from the opposition, and of course the Warrington Guardian does not do anything to actually stop this and poor old Andy can get quite a battering, but imagine my surprise to find that this is not afforded to one the Labour MP for Warrington North. She can slide through hers safe in the knowledge that comments are not allowed.
Infact, you cannot leave any comments and the majority of the people are totally dissatisfied with her and quite rightly they were doing so, after all if you contact the MP herself you might be in receipt of one of the absolute grown up ways she answers those who dare have the slightest criticism….starts with an F and ends in OFF. Oh when she is not asking for football fans heads to get kicked in…..and this person is a shadow minister. Disgraceful.
At least she is what you would expect from a Labour MP…but come on Warrington Guardian stop showing your bias and protecting the Labour MP whilst allowing the Conservative one to run the gauntlet. Until you do I guess we can kiss goodbye to the impartiality of the Warrington Guardian and reading it.