Really effective advocay would be about getting papers to run positive stories. That might be as simple as making sure corrospondants who might write a story are aware of positive good papers.Giving them patient quotes around how optimistic we feel about this. IVI makes the point that it is their playground that we are complaining about - they control it. We need other stories, more positive ones in the press that change the playground. I still think bad stories should be challenged. I think it helped in the case of the Mail but it is futile with the Pemberton. Although making the editor aware that they are running such stories is probably worth while.