I am an avid follower of examples of bad maths, preferably by national newspapers and media that should know better. Good(?) examples of this include a National radio (NZ) guest telling us that the population of Europe would be extinct in two generations without immigration and the Telegraph (followed by others) telling us there were only 100 cod left in the North sea. 132 more words
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21 November 2014 – The Guardian
Lecturer’s campus novel gets black marks from college employer by Alison Flood
“There were as many or as few links to real life as there are in Anna Karenina, Lolita, Jonathan Franzen’s Freedom, or Jeffrey Eugenides’ Middlesex. 80 more words
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Until recently a journalism trainer in the UK could safely berate a trainee for Writing Headlines Where Every Word Began With A Capital.
It is a style of headline writing common in US publications, but non-existent in the UK, where newspapers have traditionally fit into one of two camps: the 291 more words