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How Le Monde sees the British dailies

The French dailies are, unsurprisingly, leading with that story, and do not to be saying anything particularly new or different from what is being said here .

However, the bracketed pigeon holing of the dailies by Le Monde is quite amusing:

Daily Mirror (the only overt tabloid supporter of the Labour party)
The Sun (anchored to the Right)
Guardian (Centre Left)
Financial Times (Business daily)
Independent (Left)
The Times (Centre Right)
Daily Telegraph (Conservative)


Not quite how I'd see it, but then again Blairism probably seems pretty right wing to Le Monde, which I'd classify as being a bit like a left wing Times, from when The Times was still a semi-serious newspaper.
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