Hi Alex - that was me. I've posted similar comments about that gap in the market on journalists' blogs when the ME story comes up but so far, no one has bitten. These days, I don't think papers have the funding to do proper investigative journalism and just sit at their desks and trawl the internet for five minutes instead. Ironically, the Daily Mail has more resources than most and so other papers often just parrot what they see in the Mail. They can have an influence for good or bad beyond their immediate readership for that reason.