If in doubt, leave it out
Quick call the legal team. Many decades ago newspapers built their circulation to record highs with a mantra that was described by Fleet Street superstar Hugh Cudlipp as “publish and be damned.” As editor of the Mirror he took the paper’s circulation to a staggering five million copies a day in the 50s. Over the...
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