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By Believer of lefty fake news Darren Atwater | Sunday 8 July 2018
This week, I just wanted to run a little poll of which news outlets that you find most trustworthy. Not for City news: that'd be Shareprophets vs everyone else. But from which news websites do you trust their news stories?
My contenders would be the BBC, The Times, The Guardian, The Telegraph, The Sun, The Mirror, The Express, Channel 4, and ITV but you don't need to be limited to those titles. If Zero Hedge is your goto site, or the Daily Worker, let me know. And why. TW Note :what about Fox News rather than those fake news liberal purveyors of lies that you nominate
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The first non-Tom story is SHOCKER! AIM roll-call of results not published & suspension shame by Steve Moore at a lackadaisical #16.
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This column itself made it to a muscular #41.
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Our top 10 most-read stories this week were:
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