Sunday, August 08, 2010

How the Guardian reports increases in public spending

We know what the Guardian thinks of the Coalition's spending cuts. But how does it report the news when we decide to spend more on something?

Try this report by Patrick Wintour in yesterday's paper:
David Cameron plans to press ahead with an expensive shift in treatment for drug addicts, towards residential programmes and away from the use of methadone as a substitute licensed drug.
"Expensive." Isn't he sweet?

1 comment:

Frank Little said...

Sounds like a Liberal Democrat policy.