Ronseal is right we have nothing to fear from the press any more, and newspapers don't have the political power they once had. This even more so after the last week's events
Dacre is badly wounded because he was chair of the pcc and is still chair of the Editors' Committee on something or other and he embodies the failure of the old regulatory system. And he leads most of the other papers opposed to the Leveson backstop being the state not the industry. And here's mail journalists being sent to private memorial services to snoop for no better reason than malice, not to mention accidentally upping Milliband's profile. And all this very shortly before it's decision time on press regulation.
The Mail has shot itself in the foot then severed the foot and shot it again. Then sliced the foot up into bits and swallowed the lot, bullets and all. Then dit has repeated the whole thing again with the other foot, but with extra hot chilli sauce. (hat tip Breaking Bad)
On Lawrence, here we see a man who can't see a self contradiction in the following scenario: Shortly after the murder the Mail sent a black reporter to talk to mr and mrs Lawrence. The reporter has confessed he was sent to try and get info to rubbish the growing anti police campaign. At the time, remember, the police wanted it to look like bad boy black crime which suited the Mail's view of things. Then Dacre finds out that Lawrence's dad was the nice man who had painted and decorated the Dacre home. That was the background to the 'Murderers' headline.
Yet Dacre and the Mail still spew bile and it is our bounden duty to poke mono-testicular fun at him. We are free to do that and the Mail is free to make personal attacks on whoever it likes, or rather hates. But Dacre can't throw his weight about in the regulatory ring any more while Mail newspapers intrude on family privacy for no good journalistic reason.
All the Pravda stuff is a bit silly. Lets go back to jokes now, this serious is tiring.