Hence the general silence around these parts.
But to reward your stopping by, here are a few choice words from the ever-reliable Charlie Brooker on the topic of the British press:
A child who idolised the tabloids would grow up to be a sanctimonious, flip-flopping, phone-tapping Peeping Tom who thinks puns are hilarious and spends half its life desperately rooting through bins for a living. If I had a child like that, I'd divorce it. Or kill it. Whichever proved cheapest.
The rest is, as nearly always, equally worth your time.