Posted: 15/05/2016 at 11:23
One post did amuse me though, can't remember who it was and certainly don't wish to offend, but if listening to the news is upsetting and so isn't a part of your life, how can you make an informed decision on what I personally think is going to be the most important vote of a lifetime, not just mine, but my children's too.
Your right Pansyface - I am joining in lol.
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That will be me then, glad to have provided some amusement and no offence taken I'm not alone in my peer group to be non news watching and they will all be voting too. I forming my decision on my own moral values, discussion with friends and family,the radio and internet banter such as this.
I stopped actively watching and following the news etc must be about 6 years ago. Not missed it one bit, my life is better for it too. I sometimes catch the latest series of have I got news for you and Charlie Brooker's summaries once a year tell me everything I need to know.
I'm the same as you plantpauper, the whole world seems to have taken a massive step to the right.
I did finally get my leaflet, very late to get to Wales. Had a quick flick through and then into the compost bin The ignore function still works on the new format