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Ever-ruder content is landing Mumsnet in trouble

The accompanying chart contains the strongest of language. A milder version can be found here. FEW corners of the internet are more likely to celebrate the news of another royal baby than Mumsnet. Users of the parenting website, founded in 2000, welcomed last week’s announcement with a flurry of excited messages and grinning emojis.
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