By Giuseppe De Santis-It is hard to recall the number of occasions in which The Times and the Sunday Times printed smears and lies about the British National Party and on some occasions, praised UAF thugs for assaulting our activists.
In a normal country, such abuse of power would not be tolerated, but Britain is not a normal country anymore, but it seems that now the tide is turning.
In fact, a few days ago it was revealed that The Times is set to axe about 20 editorial staff in a bid to reduce losses at the paper.
Acting editor John Witherow announced the potential job cuts but said that there would be “no great benefits at this stage” in merging with its sister title The Sunday Times.
For several years now Times Newspapers has been losing money.
The company has tolerated this because it could use profits from elsewhere in News Corp to pay for the papers, but that era of being subsidised is coming to an end.
Indeed, since the hacking scandal, Rupert Murdoch has been under huge pressure to separate his newspapers business from other lucrative parts of its media empire and there have been speculations that he would sell his newspapers division.
However, apart The Sun he has no chance to find a buyer for his loss-making papers and this is why they are cutting jobs.
Of course, we do not need to explain why those papers are losing money in the first place and it is clear that those journalists are finally paying the price for their own arrogance and contempt for ordinary people.
They deserve no sympathy and nationalists should start to boycott those two rags so that more of them will lose their jobs.
The country will be a lot better off without them.