Tone Deaf Daddy
Other examples are ''All the signs of...'', ''some experts say/agree...'', ''...could'', ''...worrying trend'', ''from the playbook of...'' There were lots of that with the phony Steele Dossier.Here we go again:
Two million people in UK living with long Covid, find studies
3rd paragraph in:
Studies have suggested Covid may have a lingering impact [...]
[...] while research has suggested fewer than a third of patients who have ongoing Covid symptoms [...]
Then a little further down we have:
[...] The latest figure is a 10% rise on the number of people with long Covid reported last month, and is almost twice as high as the figure reported as of 2 May last year when just over 1 million people self-reported having long Covid.
“As a proportion of the UK population, the prevalence of self-reported long Covid was greatest in people aged 35 to 69 years, females, people living in more deprived areas, those working in social care, teaching and education or health care, and those with another activity-limiting health condition or disability,” the ONS added. [...]
The Daily Mail is annoying, as their often first in the news cycle, so you can't avoid going there for breaking click bait news.You have to be careful with British newspapers, because the writer of the article DOES NOT write the headline and the headline is often contradicting the article.
It basically acts as click-bait, and The Guardian are one of the worst offenders along with The Daily Mail.
This is now a part of the MSM business model.