Allow and uphold complaints against misleading front page newspaper headlines on dementia and other conditions, irrespective of the article context.

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Amanda Rees
2 years ago
False hope and misinformation is cruel
Dementia already takes so much , print fact not fiction !!

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Louise irvine
4 years ago
Sensational headlines do nothing to educate the public. Al they do is spread fear.

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Carol Fordyce
4 years ago
Front page news should be about truth.
Not bull****

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Douglas Taylor
4 years ago
Is it ever the time to take the media to task for their role in sensationalism, misinformation, ignorance and total disrespect for people living with dementia.

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Richard Southgate
4 years ago
The missleading hedlines are about circulation and profit for the papers and not news

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Claire Partridge
4 years ago
Irresponsible journalism - misleading and not evidence based.

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Jeff Borghoff
4 years ago
I have Alzheimer's

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Sue Newsome
4 years ago
False promises to prevent or ‘cure’ Dementia are cruel at the very least ! Only substantiated prevention or cures for disease or illnesses should be allowed to be printed in the media. I would love for there to be a cure for Dementia having watched Dad struggle with and die from Vascular Dementia. Spurious claims are devastating for people.

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christopher arnett
4 years ago
dementia has to be taken seriously and people not be mislead

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David Bennett
4 years ago
To promote the faint notion of a correctly informed, and unbiased UK MSM.