|Saturday's Pre-Budget rally - clearly a party matter since the PM was boldly wearing her UNC colours in this Guardian photo, which also shows Anil Roberts in his COP shirt|
The headline for a story on the weekend People's Partnership rally states:
Pre-Budget Rally Could cost PP govt $260,000 (emphasis mine) but the lead line in the story says: The broadcast of the People’s Partnership pre-budget rally on Saturday at Chaguanas could cost the party at least $260,000 (emphasis mine.)
Which is it?
Surely the Guardian, as a responsible national newspaper that has always credited itself as being the 'Guardian of Democracy', cannot believe that party and government are the same. I urge the editors to pay attention lest people get the impression that the paper is deliberately trying to confuse, mislead or misinform its readers.