Just about any story can be a springboard for hateful, reactionary views from the good folk who read the Express.
Exhibit A: A man is suffering from mental health problems. (His name is Paul Gascoigne). Are the Express folk supportive of his battle? Are they fuck.
He's a menace to the locals now he's been released . How long before Gazza is pi55ed again and causing trouble. Lock him up until he's off the booze and he's no longer threat to the rest of us. Mental drunks should be kept locked away.
gazza was the most over rated player i have ever seen, i know all about the caps.
Yes, let's just 'lock up' people who have mental health and/or alcoholism problems. That's the best way to deal with it, isn't it? Oh and why not slag them off when they're down?
Exhibit B: Woman was murdered by two other women (who are lesbians). Another example of violent crime? No...
The government plans to give special rights of adoption to Lesbians under the Human Fertilization and Embryology Bill currently being pushed through parliament without even a free vote for MPs. Shouldn’t the rights of innocent children come before the rights of sexual pressure groups?
Because in Expressland, all lesbians are murderers.
Exhibit C: Brave dad fights off attackers.
No comments at all. Except one, in which the swearing has been removed. Why don't Express readers want to praise his bravery?
The brave dad's name? Mohammed Shafiq.
Exhibit D: Women finally get equal pay deal with men. A chance to celebrate equality?
Women council workers get massive payouts.
Home owners to pick up the tab by way of rocketing Council Taxes.
That's the good burghers of the Express, having their say on the things that really matter. What a charming website. I do hope the advertisers are keeping tabs on these comments, so they know...