Inspired by this wacky thread: https://www.railforums.co.uk/thread...oversial-topic-enter-at-your-own-risk.182763/ Which news source do you most trust and which do you least trust? Not necessarily just for political news (which has tended to dominate recently) but for all types? I've used UK examples as I'm not very familiar with overseas news sources, although I have heard of and seen Fox "News". And by the way, "most trust" does not means "slavishly believe every word they utter" and "least trust" does not mean "I don't believe a word to come out of their diseased mouth". It's all relative. For me: Most: BBC. The most scrutinised and used channel in the world, a lower risk of fakeness and motivation to influence for nefarious purposes. Least trusted: Difficult as there are so many online sources nowadays but I would say both the Daily Mail and Daily Express. They still reach several million people and are also regarded as serious, mainstream news outlets. Many, many people believe what they read. They're also there to make money and peddle influence for their owners first, to report accurate news second. The first in a series. Coming soon: The Flat Earth, and how to to travel the underneath bit. Vaccines, my kid don't need no scientific sh*t. The Misunderstood Conservative Party: "We're not bothered about the money and being rich and stuff, we just can't seem to show our caring side." So come on, show us your good and bad news sources.