<em>Daily Telegraph</em>, <em>Independent</em> and the <em>Mail</em> all go big on the story. . . wh
Headline links teenager's tragic death to teachers' strike.
The former Sun editor is to decamp to the enemy lines by joining rival title, the Daily Mail.
When everyone actually <em>is</em> going to die, no one will believe the tabloids.
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It makes sense - the two newspapers have printed the same stuff with different fonts for a while now
How many visitors to the <em>Daily Mail</em>’s website are angry liberals, peeping at the horrors be
Protester accused by tabloids of 'sneaking away' to eat MacDonald's whilst on hunger strike is compe
Daily Mail extends its lead in sixth consecutive month as most popular newspaper website