The latest example is their reporting on the Connectivity story. Here's the opening paragraph, which, in proper journalism, is supposed to quickly summarise the story:
A company will begin offering a directory service from next week that allows people to find the mobile phone numbers of people they don't know.
Now, that immediately set alarm-bells ringing with me, because I'd heard Shona Foster explain the service in an interview. And, indeed, here's the key detail, down in paragraph twenty-three:
In neither case is the mobile phone number given over to the person making the request.
Well, that just makes paragraph one an out-and-out lie, now, doesn't it?