Sweetheart

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  1. No I'm not. This happened! It was shortly before the list of members names got published in the MSM. the NUJ had to republish their guidelines and take out the name of their organisation (BNP) and replace it with fascism.
  2. That your aware of. I think it was the Newspaper Society that ruled the NUJ had to republish their guidelines and take out the name of their organisation and replace it with fascism.
  3. I believe it was the Newspaper Society asked the NUJ has republished it's directives. http://www.holdthefrontpage.co.uk/2008/news/bnp-row-prompts-journalists-union-to-re-publish-race-reporting-guide/ Your missing my point though, are Rangers subject to one of these directives.
  4. It did have an impact on editorial decisions. There was never any favourable reporting towards that organisation hence why they challenged it for discrimination and won their case. The point I was making is that a directive to report negatively on certain stories has been done before. Are Rangers subject to one of these directives. I thought you may know as your in that field of work.
  5. Yes, and they still gave the directive, go check it out
  6. The bosses of the NUJ did not object to it. It was a directive given to all NUJ reporters for newspapers. The point I was making is that reporting negatively on certain stories has been done before, That organisation made a legal challenge to the way they were being reported on and they won.
  7. No probs, thought you may be able to shine a light on things from the other side. Yes, I am aware, you'll find it was a directive given to all reporters for newspapers if you research the story in depth.
  8. As someone who works for the DR could you please explain what category is used when reporting these stories, are they football, public interest or something different? Also does your newspaper have guidelines on how to report on Rangers. I ask as in the past newspapers have given out guidelines to negatively report on certain stories e.g http://www.reportingthebnp.org
  9. They should write to the owners or shareholders of these newspapers also and insist for fairer news coverage for Rangers.
  10. Totally agreed. The board of the SFA could change. Doncaster and Regan are being targeting by those leading this title stripping campaign. If Lawwell gets one of their positions, he imho would pursue this further. A line needs drawing underneath it now.
  11. Agreed, they wouldn't grant Rangers a licence without excepting the signing ban. It was that or extinction. IMHO that action should have been taken to a higher governing body, as it gave the rest of the clubs who had voted us out an advantage.
  12. Also The International Football Association Board (IFAB) who are the body that determines the Laws of the Game of association football.
  13. This is what I believed would happen. The noise about title stripping was smoke and mirrors to get the review. I predict that their will be some sackings from the SFA board after the review and Lawwell and his placemen will take their seats. My fear is Rangers could be isolated from these boards indefinitely.