Kelvin MacKenzie – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

by peterjukes

Sun in the 1980s and its establishment as Britain’s top-selling newspaper, claiming that they are “giving the public what they want”. This conclusion is heavily disputed by critics, with Pilger pointing out that a late-1970s edition of the Daily Mirror which replaced the usual celebrity and domestic political news items with an entire issue devoted to his own front-line reporting of the genocide in Pol Pot’s Cambodia not only outsold the Sun on the day it was issued but became the only edition of the Daily Mirror to ever sell every single copy issued throughout the country, something never achieved by the Sun.

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