CLIMATE-wreckers who tried to halt newspaper deliveries are not just attacking the rights of millions of people to choose what they want to read.
They are trying to destroy our greatest democratic principle: freedom of speech.
Their blind hatred was also deliberately aimed to hurt the ordinary hard-working people who produce and sell newspapers.
The magnificent printers and drivers who turned out night after night during the Covid crisis to bring you the news.
The hard-working newsagents and shopkeepers across Britain whose businesses have already been devastated by the pandemic.
Mass protests which disrupt everyday life will be BANNED after Extinction Rebellion’s newspaper blockade
The paper boys and girls who were sent home empty-handed. And readers who faced being deprived of their favourite paper.
The actions of the 150 or so Extinction Rebellion activists were moronic even by their own standards.
The interview with Sir David Attenborough, demanding a global effort to save our planet, is one of many articles that The Scottish Sun and The Scottish Sun on Sunday have carried as part of an open, democratic debate.
How ironic that so-called climate activists tried to prevent that critical message being read by millions. But then the climate is only a pretext for this ragbag army of anarchists, whose real aim is to smash the system.
The authorities must act fast to outlaw this type of blockade immediately.
The voice of Britain’s free press is too important to be silenced.
It’ll all end in tiers, BBC
THE BBC licence fee is as out-of-date as black and white TV.
A blueprint by new BBC chief Tim Davie for a two-tier system shows he accepts that a compulsory licence fee can no longer be defended. But he must proceed carefully.
Viewers will be outraged if they have to fork out even more to watch favourites like Match of the Day and Strictly.
On a Miracle mission
AMANDA Leask and rescue dog Miracle moved Britain’s Got Talent fans to tears with their act.
Today she reveals she hopes to start a foundation aimed at bringing joy to sick kids via hospital visits from her animals.
She has already helped Miracle find happiness. Here’s hoping they can make more dreams come true with BGT glory.
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