Henrik Qvortrup changes the slogan he just a few months ago thought was Ekstra Bladet’s best

Instead, the newspaper’s slogan in future will be ‘When no one else dares’. This is stated by Ekstra Bladet in a press release on Sunday.

According to editor-in-chief Henrik Qvortrup, this is because the newspaper will find its way back to the classic Ekstra Bladet virtues. However, it must be in an edition suitable for 2021.

“We want to speak a language that our readers understand, and we want to reprimand the nonsense of the elite and its causes,” he said in the press release.

“We are puncturing the inflated privilege of the inflated elite, and we are bringing the right of speech back to those who are actually entitled to it,” it reads.

He never thinks there has been a greater need for a power-critical medium than now.

“We will ask questions about the motives and methods of those in power, and we will continue until we have received answers and then take the beatings that come with it,” says the editor-in-chief.

Could not think of a better slogan than the old one

Henrik Qvortrup took over the post at the newspaper earlier this year after Pernille Holbøll, who had been acting in the role since Poul Madsen left in May.

Already here, Qvortrup stated that he considers Ekstra Bladet to be ‘the epitome of the fourth state power’.

“What I want more of is the fact that we dare where others are silent. I can not think of a better slogan, “he told the Ritzau in May.

Now there is still room for a minor rewriting of that slogan.

Henrik Qvortrup came from a position as a political commentator at the newspaper. He has previously been political editor at TV2, editor-in-chief of Se & Hør and editor-in-chief of BT

Source: Politiken.dk – Forsiden by politiken.dk.

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