An early piece on the  interpretOr touched on Times newspapers (UK), contrasting scenarios pre and post Rupert Murdoch’s takeover – Times Up?  (hence the lack of an apostrophe).

We’re delighted to flag that Murdoch’s nemesis, Harold Evans – “a brave and conscientious editor of The Sunday Times when it was a great, compelling and fearless Fleet Street newspaper” shares new perspectives on the Thalidomide case in today’s Observer:

Justice delayed is justice denied. We know that too well. But how do you wrestle with your conscience when the injustice you have perpetrated has destroyed the lives of children and left thousands of thalidomide victims still enduring pain and suffering, without adequate compensation?”

(please click here to go straight through to the story @ the Observer…)