Here’s an interesting story from the Guardian. It claims that chaos in Westminster means that Theresa May’s discussions, which begin on Monday, could collapse without any deal
Read the story carefully and it’s rather disjointed, tending to concatenate related news, with a headline bolted on, designed to attract attention.
Meanwhile, the Guardian does not cite sources to underpin the headline. It’s light on hard data and evidence and big on speculation.
Strictly, the Guardian is highlighting a risk but there’s no attempt to explore the probability not potential mitigation.
Since the election, I have noticed a fall in the Guardian’s quality.