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The Mail may suffer yet for its Brexit volte-face

9 December 2018 12:47

I may have spoken too soon when I predicted that the Daily Mail might not suffer from its Brexit volte-face.…

The curious omission from Alan Rusbridger’s book

5 November 2018 11:41

Alan Rusbridger’s new book, Breaking News: The Remaking of Journalism and Why It Matters Now, is a thoughtful, if somewhat prolix, analysis…

Why I will miss Paul Dacre

16 June 2018 10:00

I really will miss Paul Dacre when he steps down as editor of the Daily Mail. There have been times, I…

In praise of Paul Dacre

7 June 2018 13:27

Eamon de Valera used to say that if he wanted to know the true feelings of the people of Ireland…

Read: Daily Mail editor’s resignation letter

6 June 2018 20:06

Paul Dacre has just announced that he is to step down as editor of the Daily Mail in November, having…

How to ban newspapers and influence people

15 January 2018 17:55

How to signal your virtue is one of the most perplexing problems in modern etiquette. It has to be done,…

Is Virgin Trains really any more ‘progressive’ than the Daily Mail?

9 January 2018 15:53

Virgin Trains has announced that it will no longer sell the Daily Mail on board its services nor offer it…

The anti-tabloid snobs are the real bigots

22 June 2017 13:00

So now we know who’s really responsible for the horrible attack at Finsbury Park Mosque: it was the Sun wot…

Let’s compare Sturgeon and May’s sure-footedness – not their legs

1 April 2017 10:00

One must not make odious comparisons between Mrs May’s legs and those of Ms Sturgeon, but it is not sexist…

The golden rule for Daily Mail hysteria

28 March 2017 15:00

Here’s a cast-iron law of the media in 21st-century Britain: the hysteria about a Daily Mail article will always be…

The Daily Mail is pulling your leg

28 March 2017 13:34

The top half of the front cover of the Daily Mail today is of course trivial: the big story of…

There’s a simple way of dealing with the BBC’s TV licence bullies

2 March 2017 16:26

Congratulations to the Daily Mail for exposing the unpleasant methods by which TV Licensing’s staff make people pay their television…

Why Britain needs a legal cannabis market

7 February 2017 16:37

The legalisation of cannabis is once again in the headlines. Following the death of his 21-year-old son Rupert Green, Lord Monson…

The Daily Mail’s new favourite Europhiles

24 January 2017 13:30

Ahead of the government’s supreme court appeal against the high court ruling that Article 50 cannot be triggered without a…

Trigger warning: students vote to ban ‘offensive’ newspapers at journalism school

18 November 2016 13:51

Oh dear. With Stepford students on a mission to make every university a safe space, there has been a clear…

The unfair attacks on Liz Truss prove that Parliament has too many lawyers

8 November 2016 15:52

If there were any doubt that there are too many lawyers in Parliament it has been removed by the meeting,…

In defence of the Daily Mail

8 November 2016 12:15

Who’s more hysterical: the Daily Mail for branding three judges ‘enemies of the people’ or the Dailymailphobes who have spent…

Is Theresa May the Daily Mail’s Manchurian candidate?

12 July 2016 9:51

News of Theresa May’s coronation as the next Prime Minister is – as you’d expect – emblazoned on the front…

Sarah Vine takes a break from the Daily Mail

6 July 2016 8:54

The past week has proved to be a busy time for the Gove household. After Sarah Vine declared in her Daily Mail…

Is anyone surprised that the Queen didn’t approve of gay marriage?

7 March 2016 15:43

Of all the frankly riveting stuff in the Daily Mail’s serial of what it calls ‘The Unknown Queen’ — nicely timed…

Rachel Johnson lifts the lid on Boris’s Brexit deliberations: tennis, frozen lasagne and Nigel Farage

28 February 2016 11:31

This week Sarah Vine used her Daily Mail column to reveal the details of the roast lamb supper her husband Michael Gove used…

EU draft deal: How the papers have reacted to David Cameron’s reform package

3 February 2016 7:52

David Cameron has done his best to talk up his draft package of reforms with the EU. He said yesterday:…

Labour’s war with the BBC wages on: ‘Marr’s Corbyn interview was a disgrace’

18 January 2016 9:20

Jeremy Corbyn’s interview on The Andrew Marr Show yesterday saw the Labour leader wax lyrical on the virtues of Trident…

Derren Brown tells Daily Mail hacks to commit suicide

12 January 2016 13:17

Last year Benedict Cumberbatch came under fire for giving an impromptu expletive-filled rant on the government’s handling of the refugee crisis…

Jan Moir predicts a ch-ch-change to David Bowie’s peace of mind

11 January 2016 12:00

This morning the nation has gone into Twitter mourning after news broke that David Bowie had passed away following a…