In the New Statesman, Brian Cathcart is very angry indeed about the British press's treatment of the McCanns. On one front he's completely right and for the tabloids to be making up stories about anyone is outrageous. But somehow I struggle with any portrayal of the McCanns as victims, rather than suspects, which they were officially until recently.
I notice along the way that the Sindy thinks that the Statesman's Gideon Donald column is a spoof. I also wonder about Tactical Briefing.