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Julie McDowall
The Daily Mail person who stole my Chernobyl story is trying to justify it. Here's an idea: buy a bloody plane ticket to Kyiv and do your own research.
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Julie McDowall Feb 8
Replying to @JulieAMcDowall
Or...she can sit at her desk thumbing through My First Thesaurus and changing my words to make it - ta da! - her own.
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Heeeeeeeeere’s Johnny Chuggins 9000 Feb 8
Replying to @JulieAMcDowall
Send an invoice.
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William Johnson Feb 8
Replying to @JulieAMcDowall
What have they said to justify it, im curious what their excuse is going to be 😂
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Jane Walker Feb 8
Replying to @JulieAMcDowall
How on earth can they justify it?!
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Tom Kitchingman Feb 8
Replying to @JulieAMcDowall @minxlj
Good on you for having a go at her for it. Might make her think twice next time. Count yourself lucky you're not some trashy journalist working for the Daily Fail. 😊
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Roman Robroek Feb 8
I’m sure can help with that ;)
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Jerry Feb 8
Replying to @JulieAMcDowall
This. It works.
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A Feb 8
Replying to @JulieAMcDowall
How can they "justify" theft? 😡
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David Drury Feb 8
I am afraid it happens in all walks of life. The thick bastard will be staggered to be outed. You should name them.
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Iain L Feb 9
Replying to @JulieAMcDowall
I'd have thought wandering an irradiated landscape was far preferable than that office, anyway.
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ChrisC Feb 9
Replying to @JulieAMcDowall
No surprise it's the Daily Mail, they have form for that sort of thing :-(
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Arrogant, ungrateful saboteur immigrant on a bike Feb 9
You've got to add to your "published in" list
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Götz von Berlichingen #FBPE Feb 9
Surely it's traditional to punish the perpetrator of plagiarism, and not the victim?
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Arrogant, ungrateful saboteur immigrant on a bike Feb 9
The DM's front and opinion pages are fascistically hysterical, in all senses of the word, but on the inside they have reasonably good science coverage when they don't go of on a crusade (hello, Wakefield and climate change!)
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Götz von Berlichingen #FBPE Feb 9
Meh. I'd rather buy and read a real newspaper rather than picking out the good bits from a hate mongering plagiarist rag.
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Arrogant, ungrateful saboteur immigrant on a bike Feb 9
Well yes, but then I've got a regular job that pays on time and do not need to worry about my work being plagiarized by a fascist newspaper. For a freelance writer the situation is very different.
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Pixsy Feb 9
Hey Julie! Infuriating! Hannah here, Community Manager at , feel free to shoot me an email to hannah.graves@pixsy.com. And thank you Roman!
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Simon Brooke  🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿🇪🇺 Feb 9
And make sure it's for more than the Guardian paid you. Jonathan Harold Esmond Vere Harmsworth can afford it.
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