Good for the Royal Mail workers in Merseyside. Organisations like Sun owners News UK rely on the assumption that people have short memories – most often in their political reporting – and so do politicians. Here’s a reminder that some of us can remember exactly how much damage such irresponsibility can do, and that we’ll take every opportunity to make them pay for it.

Pride's Purge

(not satire)

Royal Mail postal workers in Merseyside are risking the sack by refusing to deliver copies of the Sun newspaper.

One of them explained why:

We would be delivering it to people that were at Hillsborough and to people that lost a loved one or knew someone that died at Hillsborough.

He also said he “felt sick” that he would have to handle it.


Here’s the full story from the Liverpool Echo:

Postmen refuse to join in The Sun’s World Cup charm offensive



Related articles by Tom Pride:

Tories apologise for making electioneering phone calls during Hillsborough memorial

Merseyside MP Esther Mcvey sends a political tweet during the Hillsborough service

Top Tory Bernard Ingham calls relatives of Hillsborough victims ‘contemptible’

Over a third of Hillsborough victims were kids or teens. And still being blamed.

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