We all know that articles or news stories are syndicated in the press, when one journalist’s story is picked up and reported on, almost unaltered, by the rest of the press.
We don’t notice it too much when newspaper sub editors give their own newspaper’s slant on the story. We do when the syndication is a little more obvious.
Although the headlines were different, leading me to think that there might be fresh insight on the practice session. There was no difference at all. The words that caught my attention were ‘palpably embarrassed’, in this phrase which appeared in both reports,
“Hamilton, who has been palpably embarrassed by his misguided Twitter rant at Button last Sunday, had been confident of a strong performance after McLaren fixed a suspension problem that hindered him in Japan.”