Given that The Guardian yaps constantly about unjustifiable discrimatnion in hiring, it's intriguing to consider its own qualifications to lecture anyone about good practice. After all, it's not like they haven't been warned, but no: recruiting the Max Clifford of Jihad wasn't enough of a clue for them. Now, we're informed that it was only after an exercise in creative writing was exposed that they noted one of their staff was hopelessly unqualified. A-huh. Something to bear in mind next time you read one of their 'special investigations' into somebody else's recruitment practices.
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