Another attempt by the Daily Mail to undermine the UK’s international aid programme failed this week after it admitted a mistake in its reporting.
The Tory MP Stephen Phillips QC MP is resigning in anger over how the government has attacked judges over the High Court Article 50 ruling yesterday. The move will come as a huge embarassment to Theresa May and the Tory hard-right.
The Daily Mail was forced to hastily amend a vile headline today which attacked the judges behind the High Court ruling on Brexit, one merely for being gay.
With Brexit sending the pound crashing to a 31-year low yesterday the Express and Mail have responded — with an extraordinary attack on the, errrrr, 16 million people that voted remain.
The Mail has been forced to admit to IPSO (the Independent Press Standards Organisation) that video footage of the incident included on its June 16th front page showing shows the migrants clearly telling officers that they were from Iraq and Kuwait, and not, as the headline ludicrously claimed, from Europe.
The Daily Mail today cheers Theresa May for taking on tax-avoiding companies, but remarkably avoids mentioning another prominent firm.
You can always rely on the Daily Mail to offer a sympathetic ear to neo-Nazis.
The Daily Mail has apologised to Melania Trump this morning after she filed a $150 million lawsuit against the newspaper over an article in August. And this may end up being very costly for the newspaper.
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.