I see Yahoo has stopped free speech. Welcome to the world of the Marxist regime.
Alan Hedges commented
You post individuals' Twitter comments as news, why can you not accept the same as comments which can at least be commented on and supported or criticised by others. Bring back comments but please put the national flag beside contributors' username so.that we can tailor remarks, mine is 🏴
Tony Harper commented
2021 and still no comments!
I will visit from time to time to see if they are restored but I fear that Yahoo do not wish to be a platform for public opinion :(
George McCann commented
Because bad journalists don't want people calling them out for ..... well being bad journalists, the real problem is scam adverts because it's very obvious they don't even know what ads they show as a large portion are scams.
Richard Phillips commented
The RT News website still has an active comments function.
dave arnup commented
Crying shame about the comments - I used to enjoy the comments just as much as the articles, it would seem the sharing of ideas and views isn't fashionable any more, or perhaps it's more sinister, and Yahoo has an left wing / liberal agender.
Trevor Peck commented
Allow free speech for all but moderate strictly, at the moment you only allow those in the public eye free speech, this isn't democracy.
A certain country in Europe did this in the early years of the 20th Century.
Stop this disgraceful action and allow free speech
chris edmundson commented
Totally agree, Its a disregard for peoples right to free speach. It is the minority liberals who Yahoo have bent over backwards to appease and not the majority of normal people.
Rupal Thaker commented
I have noticed there is no comment section on the articles. Have they stopped them? Thanks.
Mike Newhouse commented
One total thug dies while being arrested and suddenly the world changes and becomes supersensitive.
karyn krasniqi commented