Rod Liddle Rod Liddle

Journalists will be the next target of public anger, and rightly so

Rod Liddle takes issue with his friend and former colleague, Andrew Gilligan, over his work for PressTV, the propaganda channel run by the Iranian government. How can such work be compatible with the journalistic ethos for which Gilligan has previously been commended?

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