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The front page of The Times on the morning US and UK forces were bombing in Syria.
TypeDaily newspaper
Founded1785-01-01
Author(s)Unknown

The Times is the oldest daily newspaper in continuous publication.

Official narrative

The Times reports that it is widely regarded as the world's newspaper of record, and that it has offered readers in-depth, award-winning and objective coverage of global events since 1785.[1][2]

Reporting

Criticism of the Working Group on Syria Propaganda and Media

On the morning US and UK forces were bombing in Syria, The Times criticised the Working Group on Syria Propaganda and Media on their cover page.

Staff

Reporters for The Times include the Integrity Initiative connected journalist (who denied the fact) David Aaronovitch who is quoted in the 2011 BBC piece Bilderberg mystery: Why do people believe in cabals?.[3][4]

 

Related Document

TitleTypePublication dateAuthor(s)Description
Document:Index on DisgraceArticle22 April 2018Craig Murray"We thus have the extraordinary spectacle of a coordinated government and media onslaught on anybody who doubts their entirely fact free narratives. Public trust in the state and corporate media hits new lows, which is the happy part of this story."

 

A document sourced from The Times

TitleTypeSubject(s)Publication dateDescription
Document:Cabinet Office Briefing Paper 21 July 2002briefing paperRobin Butler
Iraq Inquiry
John Chilcot
2003 Iraq War
12 June 2005Generated for participants for the secret meeting of Blair’s inner circle on July 23, 2002, this classified paper states that since regime change was illegal it was "necessary to create the conditions" which would make it legal. The last page is missing.


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