Just watched News at 10 and they announced with a fantastic set of graphics that there were over 7,000 job losses announced this week alone. Which is terrible news and was rightly reported as a main item. And they did use a very striking graphic to ram the figures home.
Thing was that once the figure had been taken off the screen they then announced that 15000 jobs would be created by the major supermarkets.
Now call me cynical but isn't that a net gain of 8,000 jobs? Why on earth didn't the graphic come back on and then move the other way?
Clearly we're not ready for good news stories yet.