Haunted past   10/12/2013

Once, the hallmark of great journalism was the pursuit, without fear or favour, of facts that could damage the powerful. Michael Smith did just that and was sacked. The majority of journalists, who should have swarmed on the story like a blowie on a steamer, just hoped – because they were hopelessly biased – it would simply disappear. Chickens. Home. Roost.

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