Press in­tru­sion is re­volt­ing

Hinckley Times - - LETTERS -

THE re­newed in­tru­sion of our worst “news­pa­pers” into the back­ground and past se­crets of the lat­est recruit to the royal fam­ily is truly re­volt­ing. Any­one who buys such garbage is as bad. Have they for­got­ten what dam­age these “news­pa­pers” did to the rep­u­ta­tion of Diana - for whom they later, no doubt, cried floods of croc­o­dile tears?

Do they lead such banal and mean­ing­less lives that their only grat­i­fi­ca­tion is to stick their noses into what should be pri­vate busi­ness? How would they like their per­sonal mat­ters splashed across front pages? Have they no shame or self-re­spect? Such muck-rak­ing scan­dal-sheets de­serve to be boy­cotted and hit where it hurts most - their in­come from read­ers and ad­ver­tis­ers. Not hold­ing my breath though... John Payne

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