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# Bias

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Broadsheets to 'propaganda sheets': Why are the UK papers shouting louder and louder?
The bias is more obvious than ever, so what is driving it?
Trial of US veterans charged with criminal damage at Shannon Airport transferred from Clare
Judge Gerald Keys said a jury of people living in Co Clare may not be impartial.
'We know how this works' - Pique accuses referees of Madrid bias
The Barcelona defender drew an unfavourable comparison between the performance of officials in the two rivals’ Copa del Rey ties this week following their loss to Athletic.
Damning report shows scale of racial bias in Baltimore police force
The city’s mayor said there is a “long journey ahead of us”.
Calling it: The British papers have come out on Brexit, and they're pretty divided
There have been contradictory positions taken between the Sunday and daily editions of the Times and the Mail.
Facebook denies burying stories in its trending news section
Its CEO Mark Zuckerberg said there was “no evidence” its curation team would omit stories that could be deemed politically conservative.
Welsh FA under fire from accusations of fast-tracking Henry's coaching licence
“They are quite openly putting certain chosen names through the courses without completing the allotted number of hours…”
Dublin media would see the real Cork City if they visited Turner's Cross, says Dave Barry
The former Rebels forward was responding to criticism from Brian Kerr.
Dennis Siver 'doesn't trust' the judges to give him a fair chance against Conor McGregor
Siver thinks the judges will be swayed by the Boston crowd.
Here's what makes you so stupid and unreasonable
Yeah – YOU.
Facebook an unreliable way to judge future employees, study finds
The study found that a person’s Facebook profile had no bearing on their overall job performance.
Swedish cinemas launch feminist film rating
The movies will be given an ‘A’ rating if they pass the Bechdel test.
VIDEO: 12 Welshmen in Jonathan Davies' Lions starting XV
Gavin Hastings is, thankfully, made of saner stuff.
Front Pages: South Africa's papers report Pistorius case
As there are no trial juries in South Africa, papers are not fearful of prejudicing proceedings.
NFL: Saints fan ref removed from New Orleans game
Brian Stropolo will not be officiating during Panthers v Saints tonight.
Independent TD calls for Ceann Comhairle protocol to be cleared up
Following a spat with the Ceann Comhairle, John Halligan said he will not be apologising and has requested his own apology for accusations he verbally abused Seán Barrett.
Fianna Fáil confirms complaint to RTÉ over Labour and Sinn Féin 'bias'
The party has compiled an internal document which it says shows that the State broadcaster is biased towards Labour and Sinn Féin.
Catholic priests group accuses RTÉ of insincerity over Fr Reynolds apology
The Association of Catholic Priests has accused sections of the media of “anti-Catholic and anti-priest bias”.
ESRI report warns of effect of 'optimism bias' on value of infrastructure projects
A new study from the ESRI says that rail projects typically overestimate their projected passenger levels, while road projects underestimate their traffic growth.
Martinez: Rooney should have walked for elbow on McCarthy
The Wigan manager has claimed that one of his players would have been “very, very lucky to stay on the pitch” for a similar incident.