And while we’re talking about The Sun, take a look at this picture. It’s the front page of The Sun from Tuesday of this week. The man in the picture is John Tulloch. He was one of the survivors of the 7th July London bombings. The front page is obviously composed in order to make you think that he wants the readers to “tell Tony he’s right”.
Except that isn’t Mr Tulloch’s view at all. What he actually thinks is
This is using my image to push through draconian and utterly unnecessary terrorism legislation. Its incredibly ironic that the Sun’s rhetoric is as the voice of the people yet they don’t actually ask the people involved, the victims, what they think. If you want to use my image, the words coming out of my mouth would be, ‘Not in my name, Tony’. I haven’t read anything or seen anything in the past few months to convince me these laws are necessary
And he’s furious with The Sun for abusing his image in this way.
Today’s Guardian has his story. You should read it.