And in an article which bemoans falling standards of teaching too.
Well, not everyone knows, I guess.
Behold, some women with impressive CVs.
The megastar is reportedly unhappy about the resurfacing of a video from 1999 allegedly filmed by her then-drug dealer.
Repeat after me: Relative risk is not the same as absolute risk.
The actor and director’s scathing opinion piece in USA Today pulls no punches in its criticism of the British news organisation.
We’ve reached peak Daily Mail, everyone.
Explaining the media’s current obsession.
The Trussell Trust has received a surge in public donations following the publication of a widely-criticised article attacking the charity. Updated: the donation total has now more than doubled since this article was first published.
It’s not pretty. Inspired by this tweet from @technicallyron.
When does a paying £58 a night for a hotel become a £279-a-night hotel? When you need a good headline to attack the BBC, of course.
Other news websites, which picked up the video of the woman being mobbed by a group of male students at Cairo University, also ran headlines emphasizing that she was a “blonde woman.”
You may need to read it more than once to fully absorb its majesty.
“Please show consideration for fellow passengers by not reading or leaving copies of The Daily Mail newspaper in this coach.”
Nestled between Sports Illustrated’s swimsuit issue and something about One Direction, is the strangest proposal of the year so far.
Have you got the news instincts of a top Mail executive?
The Daily Mail says an influx of would-be immigrants have booked out flights to the UK. This doesn’t seem to be the case.
It’s the end of the world as we know it.
Well, at this rate cancer will be completely wiped out by 2014. Phew.
So many years. So many curves to pour.
And it couldn’t be more stark than this.
Does health tourism cost us £2billion a year? Spoiler: no.
Just imagine a post-Leveson world where a fearful press simply parroted the government line. Unthinkable.
Journalist Mehdi Hasan took on the Mail in an impassioned rant on Question Time last night.
Mail Deputy Editor Jon Steafel went on Newsnight to defend the paper’s attempt to slur Ed Miliband’s dad. Campbell went on the offensive.
Tory councillor and businessman Nigel Fletcher was asked if he wanted to advertise with the Daily Mail. This was his reply.
Time to test your memory.
Bum slips, flesh-eating bugs and cancer: The Daily Mail has got it covered.