Screaming about "plastic Brits" may be a rare example of the <em>Mail</em> getting its own readers wrong.
Is the Jubilee fawning really what we do better than anyone else? If so, is that something to be proud of?
No bans or boycotts in the Olympics.
Men need to admit their vulnerability.
There is a place for divisive opinions, but it is unpalatable to express horrible thoughts and get p
Commentary surrounding the horrific Rochdale case speaks more for the critics than the victims.
Hodgson will pay the price for not being the chosen candidate of sportswriters.
Tougher immigration checks have made travelling to and from the UK a drag for everyone.
Television has exposed the mass murderer for who he really is.
The race will put a veneer of respectability on a despicable regime.
There will always be local news, except that it is a less attractive investment. Perhaps that’s best
Being first just doesn’t have the same appeal it once did.
What online writer doesn't bait readers to get their hits fix?
You have to admire Mail Online, as one might admire a giant omelette.
A hot pie is just a hot pie; it's not a cultural totem of the working classes.
When does being offensive become an offence?
There is a sudden enthusiasm for reform, but politicians and the public will be excluded from the pr
"My story was a readymade Midsomer Murders script set in a respectable and leafy suburb," says man f
We're a disappointingly saccharine nation at times, steeped in our own myths of the Blitz Spirit and
If the new, post-Leveson Press Complaints Commission is to be of any worth, it must listen to the pu
Nuance, compromise, and ambivalence don't make 'good TV'. We've chosen this binary world.
Sometimes the message is much more important than the words.
Not quite brave new world, not quite News of the World re-badged.
If the new venture succeeds, it may become more inviting for others to consider combining daily and
Long may such freedom of speech continue.
If the Murdoch tabloid dies, I reserve the right not to mourn.
Those who work for news organisations should, within reason, have a free hand in their personal twee
The editor's appearance before the Leveson inquiry is the perfect time to ask about Mail Online.
Julian Assange to become yellow Springfield avatar.