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Politicians in France have proposed introducing a new law to fight fake news in the run up to an election next year.
The draft law, designed to stop what the government calls 'manipulation of information' in the run-up to elections, will be debated in parliament Thursday with a view to it being put into action during next year's European parliamentary polls.
The idea for the bill came straight from President Emmanuel Macron, who was himself targeted during his 2017 campaign by online rumours that he was gay and had a secret bank account in the Bahamas.
Towel wars over? Thomas Cook offers sunbed booking for £22
Customers will be able to choose their preferred spot from a map giving details of sun and shade
I kind of liked the Brits v Germans sunbed wars, but it ended up as a ruck with fellow entitled brits at most hotels.
Is this another indicator of the slump in package holidays? that the tour companies are desperate to talk up? now starting to address issues that they never bothered with in the past?
By Frank Hovis
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First off, and to be clear, this open groping of waitresses is out of order. I'm not defending it.
This is the lead story on the So-Called BBC radio news and on their homepage.
This is in the FT and, whilst I haven't read it for years, using undercover journalists for sex stories, this one by the improbable name of Madison Marriage, is really not what they do. This is News of the World territory.
Why has the FT suddenly dived into the world of sex romp stories?
Why has the So-Called BBC been leading with this non-story all day?
Do you possibly think that they want to nobble somebody and, given both their leanings, that it is someone or several people who support Brexit and either UKIP or the Conservative party?
This stinks to high heaven.
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