Anger as Daily Mail article is worth reading

Long term Daily Mail readers have been left in anger by a recent high-quality article published in the Daily Mail.

The article is of a much superior quality to previous Daily Mail articles, say readers, with some agreeing that it is nearly worthwhile reading.

The Daily Mail has a reputation of providing readers with celebrity stories which no-one cares about, which they have broken with this new article. Long-term reader Joe Country told Flamenews “I am disgusted by this new article. I bought a copy of the Daily Mail to read on the train this morning expecting to find out which celebrities have worn the same outfit twice, and out of the blue comes an intelligent article! I honestly don’t believe it!”

The Daily Mail have refused to comment.

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  1. OH MY GOD WHAT AN ABOMINATION DAILY MAIL SHOULD BE KILLED

    • Jonny
    • March 2nd, 2011

    Ha hs, funny stuff. One of my workmates reads the DM everyday, and he’s forever moaning about foriegners, gays and what foodstuffs/chemicals i shouldn’t eat becuase “i’ll get cancer and DIE”

    shame, he’s unsavable, atleast he can serve as an example to non readers as to why they’re better off not reading it. Poor soul.

    • Barry Bernstein
    • June 12th, 2011

    If Hitler had won the war,there would of been one newspaper allowed in the UK and that would of been the Daily Mail Zeitung. It would not of been much different t from todays papers, only Mel Phillips, Alex Brummer, and Martin Samuel would of not been working for them. nevertheless Stephen Bishop, Jan Mohr and editor Paul Dacre would of filled in for them nicely.

  1. September 2nd, 2010

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