Discussion in 'UK politics, current affairs and news' started by Pickman's model, Jun 27, 2013.
A free calendar in today's issue - er, the 14th January - of "Kate's cuties", which I think refers to the Windsor sprogs. Essentially, marketising small children.
kids is kids. my dad grew up playing on bombsites.
The most telling thing I've noticed from what has been lacklustre reporting on a long and bloody conflict has been the reaction to gunfire. In the beginning journos duck and flinch, after about a month -no reaction same as the locals in the background. Also now places where putting on a flak jacket with press written on is bad for health.
Vicious squatter pushes over policeman, smashes his head | Daily Mail Online
Weirdly today they have featured two other stories about revenge car blocking, one as the top news and the other near the top. Most interesting on the day when the Supreme Court gave its Brexit ruling. Indeed, at first The Mail run its predictable 'another betrayal of the people' rant as you'd imagine they would, but a couple of hours later the top headline was about a woman who'd blocked a car illegally parked on her driveway. Executive order from the top to ease up on the judge demonisation?
"Why your mum's to blame for your wrinkles" on today's front pages.
When "cunt" won't do, Dacre resorts to "your mum" jibes.
More evidence of the Dacre-Greig rift as the MoS leads with some dirt on Farage.
Wikipedia bans Daily Mail as 'unreliable' source
the daily mail has gone down the drain
could a mod close this thread as it is no longer needed
All too many people do seem regard it as reliable, as it's not far behind The Sun in circulation, with nearly twice that of the third place paper that still charges (The Mirror). Plus there's the infamous website.
news in from 1939
Last night on their website only the top eleven news articles were about the Queen's son's son's wife's sister's wedding
and sadly none of them involving nepalese practices
Posh bird gets taken up the aisle.
Women in wear clothes shocker.
Incredible colourised photos of the German army | Daily Mail Online
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