The Daily Mail front page is the very definition of ‘mixed messaging’ – only 5 responses you need
To the world of the Daily Mail, where the paper was keen to share some good news with its readers after Boris Johnson opted against further Covid measures despite all the evidence that he really should.
And yet there was something else about the paper’s front page which might have left a seed of doubt in the minds of some readers.
That’s right, the story about the Queen cancelling her Sandringham Christmas due to concerns over Covid.
And these are surely the only 5 responses you need.
The juxtaposition of the two main stories here is just perfect. pic.twitter.com/gcswVKEyJF
— Tom Hamilton (@thhamilton) December 21, 2021
When dissonance & deference collide… pic.twitter.com/UMnEFqap90
— James Oh Brien (@mrjamesob) December 21, 2021
Top bit: LISTEN TO SCIENCE ABOUT MOLES
HERE'S WHAT SCIENCE CAN TELL US ABOUT OMICRON
IS THIS SCIENCE ABOUT YOUR FATTY FATY TUM?
Main bit: WHAT DO SCIENTISTS KNOW? NOTHING. NOT COMPARED TO CHRISTMAS FUN
Bonus: Queen Christmas Science. pic.twitter.com/5v8ULKAXVU
— No Cheeses For Us Meeces (@Scriblit) December 20, 2021
The Groundhog Daily Mail pic.twitter.com/8GQJCaq9Mh
— Tim Walker (@ThatTimWalker) December 21, 2021
And talking of mixed messaging …
To conclude …
Source Twitter @BBCNews