Friday, 21 October 2011

The end of Gaddafi unites front pages of nationals but are the graphic pictures too gory for readers?

One of those rare days when all the nationals lead on the same story. The death of Gaddafi.

Most go with graphic pictures of the battered dictator's body - but are they too gory for readers?

The comment below suggests they are, particularly to those with young children. But who wouldn't have seen them on tv news yesterday?

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

The lack of restraint on all of these front pages is incredible.
To avoid awkward questions or potential nightmares from my toddler, I can't have any of these papers in the house. Or take them in to a shop that sells papers.

Smart thinking. Not.