‘Absurd and scandalous’: New York Times criticised for saying UK is ‘reeling’ after terror attacks

Many have pointed out that London and the rest of the UK are mourning their dead but not “reeling” and that life is going on as usual.

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  • tom_billesley

    The British spirit: evacuate, but don’t leave your beer on the bar.
    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/bba9ad8cde69ff604904782132e28cfc0f25b060f743079dc95262c9bd502cdc.jpg

    • Surele Surele

      There is for Britain yet.

      • Hard Little Machine

        Prices are closely regulated in London. A pint is 5.5 – 7 pounds. I wouldn’t put it down either. BTW the picture is cut off – there’s a woman to that man’s left who’s also holding a pint.

        • Surele Surele

          it IS beer!

  • richard

    Regrettably, life is going on as usual, but it shouldn’t. These people should be mad as hell at their pussy, cowardly, pc leaders who won’t admit that their is a huge problem and do something about it.

  • simus1

    NYT is the one reeling – or to be more exact – careering towards financial bankruptcy after long ago pissing through both the moral and truth telling chapters of same.

    • Raymond Cameron

      NYT is reeking. How long has it been dead?

  • Ego

    If “life is going on as usual,” the Brits have learned nothing since Lee Rigby.

  • Hard Little Machine

    this is a generation who truly believes that a day without broadband is a war crime.