Christmas. Muslim. Church fury.
The article begins:
Church leaders have hit out at a branch of McDonald's which is to open on Christmas Day.
Which 'church leaders' are in a 'church fury' according to the article?
Parish Rvd Wayne Stillwell said the decision to open the branch showed 'the continuing decline of Christendom in this country' and his reaction was 'one of great sadness'.
So he's 'sad' rather than in a 'fury'. Who else?
Well, the only other 'church' leader quoted in the story is the Dean of Derby, who says:
"Families and friends should come together at Christmas, and if they want to do that in McDonald’s then who is the Church to object?"
So one 'church leader' is a bit sad about McDonald's opening on Christmas Day, a rather more senior church leader says he has no objection. The Mail spins that as 'church fury' by 'church leaders'.
At the end of the article, a McDonald's spokesman reveals:
"We expect there to be about 60 stores in the UK that remain open this year."
That begs the question: why has the Mail decided to highlight this one store where a 'Muslim manager' has been 'drafted in'?