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"Whilst we would welcome balanced representation of all LOCAL candidates within the paper, we feel strongly that a front page advert for a single national party is not acceptable (especially when published on a polling day (4/5/17)! "We request that you publish a full front page apology in your next issue.
Please note that many of us will be boycotting the paper until this occurs." The adverts coincided with the local elections, as readers went to the polls for council and mayoral elections. The editorial comment reads: "Last week, the Conservative Party paid to advertise their message in a ‘wraparound’ advertisement across a number of North West Newsquest titles, including The Westmorland Gazette.
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