If you’re running chrome, there’s Facebook Unsocial Reader that will fix those links
Rewrites Facebook Social Reader links to just be links and not require you to install.
Facebook Unsocial Reader rewrites Facebook’s Social Reader links to just be Google “I’m feeling lucky” searches for the article’s title. Now you don’t need to install an app and provide your demographic information to the publisher of the content for content that’s free anyway.
Some apps that ask if you would give permission to post on your behalf, or use your email, sometimes you can deny this esp. if it is a reputable company or trying to be (Yahoo, etc) and still get through without consequence. Not really a “best answer” but a work around if need be.
The latest version of the FB Purity browser extension (compatible with Firefox, Chrome, Safari and Opera) has a built in option for fixing these redirect links, see here: http://www.fbpurity.com
I created a user script for Greasemonkey which does this after not finding a good solution for Firefox. It works in Chrome too. You can find it on here on userscripts.org.
I know for a fact that with links to The Guardian if you attach
?fb=native to the end of the link, it will direct the link to the proper page and not the social reader app page.