Not the First Time The Sun Has Got Into Trouble

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This weekend's highly controversial Sun article about the Queen and Nazi salutes is not the first time the paper has got into trouble with similar circumstances. The printers of the Sun during the Miner's Strike refused to publish the above photo of Arthur Scargill giving a Nazi salute under the title 'Mine Fuhrer'. Instead the unionised Printers removed the photo and replaced it with this:

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You'd have thought the Sun would have kept away from stories about Nazi salutes after that even though it's more correct to call Scargill an extremist despot ...

Elliott Johnson is the Political Editor of Conservative Way Forward.

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