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GP trainees put off career by negative messages from media and politicians


(1) I can accept the politically correct statement that everybody from these different angles should be responsible. (2) Then who and what are actually reporting the ,at least , near to the truth and based on these objective 'facts' , making the subjective opinions? (3) The remarks made by those with most political and media power are the most influential as far as the public is concerned.Hence , these people have more social responsibilities and should be careful in giving the opinions . Donald Trump is a very good educational material to demonstrate this argument. Daily Mail and its collaterals are supposed to be one of those 'most popular' media .

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17 Aug 2017

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