"The Prime Minister is expected to give a major speech on repatriating powers from Brussels in the Netherlands before the end of the month". That gem comes to you from genius Matt Chorley, the Daily Mail online political editor. If he'd written that the prime minister: "is expected to give a major speech in the Netherlands, on repatriating powers from Brussels ...", we might have read it differently.
Are we supposed to take these children seriously? What happened to this fabulous fact-checking, much less Leveson's "powerful reputation for accuracy"? And even if they get it right, they can't write, so they're still wring!