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The IOMN online article concerning the court appearance of jet-ski man’s girlfriend includes this sentence: The court was told that when they got there they left their car in the street with doors open and their alleged victim called 999 and forced their way into her home. This, let us not forget, is allegedly the work of a journalist. It appears to be the work of a seven year old. I don’t ordinarily read the local rags precisely because they’re exactly that; ill-written, uninteresting and largely comprised of tittle-tattle together with cut and paste government schlock. However
As of this next week the Indie says IOM Newspapers are increasing their prices. 10p per copy on the Examiner = 13.33% to 85p and 10p per copy on the Independent = 15.38% to 75p IOM Newspapers says the rises are "due to increasing production costs, most notably the cost of paper" but hang on a mo this is just not so even with a cursory look we can find an article dated 24 July 2012 "Newsprint prices in the UK decline on poor demand" http://www.euwid-pap...oor-demand.html Is it "the law of diminishing returns" when prices go up and there is a less revenue return because sales slump b