Four years ago when foreign-born British athletes were competing in the Olympics, the Daily Mail and Telegraph called it controversial and said they were “plastic Brits”. And yes, that included Mo Farah and the Belgian-born Bradley Wiggins.
God forbid that anyone have a different view to the Daily Mail. It turns out the Financial Times took a more pro-EU stance during the EU Referendum (like most of its readership), and so the Mail is now attacking its editor relentlessly.
The Daily Mail is not known for publishing accurate or fair pieces on climate change in the paper. But one reader was shocked to discover that it had published something in the Horoscopes section.
Astonishing clarification published in the Daily Mail today.
It’s always joyous to watch when the Daily Mail’s awful reporting is exposed by its own readers. Its latest gaffe was an attempt to whip up outrage about Pokemon GO, clearly without any knowledge of how the game works.
The Daily Mail has been forced into rewriting a story that claimed a woman was stabbed to death in an ‘Islamic honour killing’ after a complaint.
If it wasn’t so tragic it would be funny. The same tabloidnewspapers that slammed predictions of market crashes are now informing readers about what Brexit will cost them.
Yesterday the Daily Mail splashed with a story on migrants hiding in the back of a truck. Today, it admitted the story wasn’t entirely true.
In May this year the Daily Mail loudly claimed that thousands of Britons were “driving off” in new cars by pretending to be disabled. Now, a month later, it has finally admitted what many disabled activists have been saying – it was completely wrong.
In February this year, the Daily Mail made a big claim: more than 700 EU migrants were being found guilty of crime every week – up by 40% in just five years. Today, it finally admitted the figure was wrong.