Paul Luckman is Publisher & CEO at The Portugal News. From his LinkedIn Profile: "I have lived in Portugal since 1973 and our publication started in 1977."
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In the case of the disappearance of Madeleine McCann in 2007, quote from the article: "Paul Luckman said that 'the parents are guilty of leaving their children alone' and criticized the fact that the McCann didn't used the baby-sitting service available at Ocean Club: 'A baby-sitter costs 12 euros per hour...' [...] The editor of 'Portugal News' said that 'the McCann and his team should stop criticizing Portugal and the Portuguese police', and they should apologize, 'because it was their fault, all of this problem.'"
In the case of the disappearance of Madeleine McCann in 2007, quote from the article: "But Paul Luckman, a British expatriate who has lived in Portugal for 34 years and is the publisher of Portugal News, an English-language newspaper, argues that local authorities have far more effective means for defusing the bad publicity if that were their only intent. 'The best way to make this case go away quietly was to let the McCanns go and let the case quietly, gently die,' he says. "
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