November 20, 2017
The company Paperchase have issued a grovelling apology for launching a promotion with the Daily Mail. A cardinal sin!
Saturday’s Mail front page pushed a free Christmas wrapping paper promotion, but after some internet warriors criticised them…
After a torrid few weeks of divisive stories about trans people, is a Daily Mail promotion really what customers want to see @FromPaperchase? #StartSpreadingLove #StopFundingHate https://t.co/T1psWVEFpk pic.twitter.com/BI5Vf0KTgd
— Stop Funding Hate (@StopFundingHate) November 18, 2017
The company has issued the most grovelling of apologies. Quite pathetic.
We’ve listened to you about this weekend’s newspaper promotion. We now know we were wrong to do this – we’re truly sorry and we won’t ever do it again. Thanks for telling us what you really think and we apologise if we have let you down on this one. Lesson learnt.
— Paperchase (@FromPaperchase) November 20, 2017
The level of censorship and number of pathetic apologies has reached an all-time high. Companies and individuals are now terrified for daring to express any opinions or even advertise with certain outlets. Extremely unhealthy for a democracy to be bullied by such intolerance.
This article was posted: Monday, November 20, 2017 at 7:30 am