The Guardian “apologises” (La Voz), “prints a letter” (The Guardian)

A triumphant piece in today’s La Voz (page 26) talks about The Guardian’s piece on modern day slavery in Almería’s greenhouses (remember this fuss?). Under the title “The Guardian publishes on its webpage the criticisms received from Hortyfruta”, La Voz hints that this is a sort of apology for “the sensationalist manner in which it showed how some migrant and illegal immigrant workers lived in the province”. http://www.guardian.co.uk/business/2011/mar/02/migrant-workers-not-slaves-spain?INTCMP=SRCH Worth pointing out, for readers of English, Continue reading The Guardian “apologises” (La Voz), “prints a letter” (The Guardian)

The Guardian manipulated us, claim professors quoted in article, as letters sent to ZP

La Voz de Almería’s defense of the province against the accusations that Almería’s agriculture is based on “modern day slavery” published recently in The Guardian continues, with another four pages dedicated to the issue. This time, the newspaper has gone and asked the professors from Almeria University quoted in the article if they agreed with the article. The professors, possibly with one eye on their tenureships, are unanimous in decrying the article. One of them, Continue reading The Guardian manipulated us, claim professors quoted in article, as letters sent to ZP