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The Guardian Media Group has blamed government advertising cuts for falling newspaper revenues. Income for the Guardian Media Group – which includes joint ventures in Autotrader and Emap – fell to £466.1m from £476.2m. Those two JVs saw operating profits of almost £200m. The Guardian newspaper operation itself saw revenue £22.8m …

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Guardian: Do as we say, not as we do

It can't be easy being the Guardian. Your friends have lost power. Readership of the paper product shrinks year on year, and to cap it all, you have to patronise your readers with stories about evil greedy companies, whilst your offshore vehicles avoid paying millions of pounds of tax which might otherwise help the debt black hole that their friends dug when in power.

Luckily, they have their secret weapon: The multiple house owning Polly Toynbee to guide the workers!

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Re: Guardian: Do as we say, not as we do

I guess you'd rather not have known about the News International stuff then?

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Guardianism

"Andrew Miller recently warned that the Guardian newspaper would run out of cash within three to five years unless unless business operations changed."

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