By Guardian News and Media Limited
I enjoy the fact that the Guardian covers events that my other go-to newspaper, the NYT, does not cover. Shows how the press is “selective”.
Ironic, but true. Subscribe to The Guardian and your local paper ( if you still have one) and you’ll know what’s going on.
What a nice, sound news source--level-headed and fact-based!
The design is cramped. It's like buying coffee in an American supermarket. Hard to concentrate. The font is too small. There is little variety. It's always the same people writing about the same things, and basically saying the same thing over and over again. I feel like you have gone overboard with using color. It reduces the gravitas of the site. Try to organize the site into "interest groups." Politics, culture, art, Tories, Labour, and then have sections for England, Wales, N Ireland, EU, the US, etc. The current mish-mash style is confusing and annoying. Try not to keep popping up every minute with asking for donations. It's annoying and counter-productive. I think you can do better if you have guest writers every week.
Pre-Internet days, living in the US, looked forward to weekly delivery of the ultra-light Guardian. Still the best reporting anywhere: in-depth, no-nonsense, well-written on a full range of topics. My go-to morning read. The best journalism money can’t buy.
Solid, dependable journalism. Thanks so much! Go, Guardian! Thanks for your consistently thorough coverage of world and USA issues.
Excellent independent reporting in an easy-to-use app.
Not to miss perspectives about global issues that are needed to balance US outlets.
It’s nice to find, for a change, a source of information that isn’t biased, that will actually report unskewed news. Access to things I find of interest in Melbourne is easy and highly beneficial to me.
The guardian is the best and most accurate source of news out there today