Saturday, 12 June 2010


Fog in Channel – Continent Cut Off 

Journalists use short words to write headlines. Sometimes they string them together to create a compound adjective: Poppy Cash Theft Couple Are Caught on Camera, Met Denies MP Probe “Trick” Claim. Beware of using headline words in copy.

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