-101°
EXPIRED
FREE British Trees & Wild Flowers wallchart, inside The Mail on Sunday £1.70
FREE British Trees & Wild Flowers wallchart, inside The Mail on Sunday £1.70

FREE British Trees & Wild Flowers wallchart, inside The Mail on Sunday £1.70

Buy forBuy forBuy for£1.70
GETGet dealVisit site and get deal
FREE inside every copy of The Mail on Sunday, you will get a superb giant British Trees and Wild Flowers wallchart, in association with the Woodland Trust.
Identify, discover and learn everything you need to know about the beautiful trees and wild flowers of Britain. From bark and berries, to key flowering seasons - this wallchart is a must-have guide for the family.
Don't miss out, get your exclusive glossy wallchart only inside The Mail on Sunday.

Read more: dailymail.co.uk/hom…tml
Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook

10 Comments

I'd rather like one of these but wouldn't be seen dead buying the Daily Fail.

£1.70 for **** wiping material ?

It always amazes me how the Mail elicits such vitriol. How many of you have even read a copy of the Mail or do you just form your opinions from the vitriol of others? If the Mail really is as bad as people on here attempt to paint it, how come they have won so many (British) Press awards?

p.s I am not a Daily Mail reader but did at least read the occasional copy until they put the execution picture of Saddam Hussein on the front page.

Just read the website. That tells you all you need to know about the Fail and its right-wing, anti-immigrant reporting.

Halloway

I'd rather like one of these but wouldn't be seen dead buying the Daily … I'd rather like one of these but wouldn't be seen dead buying the Daily Fail.



Agreed, it'd be great on my classroom wall but there is no way I'm putting anything with a Daily Mail banner on it anywhere near children.

Perhaps you would care to share your newspaper source that's unbiased and politic neutral and then I'll be as wise as all of you?

cibarious

Perhaps you would care to share your newspaper source that's unbiased and … Perhaps you would care to share your newspaper source that's unbiased and politic neutral and then I'll be as wise as all of you?



All newspapers take a political stance. I have no issue with that. However, The Mail frequently disregards the truth and misrepresents fiction & opinion as if they're journalism.

​It's nothing to do with political neutrality or bias, it's about honesty, humanity and fairness. The Mail has none of those.

Not wanting to turn this into a slanging match, this is the last thing I will post on the subject.

The Press Industry itself, leaving aside the number of awards the Mail group gets for its journalism, suggests that folk like yourselves are in the minority. If their online and print figures are accurate, it suggests that the majority of people in this country are, to use your words, right-wing and anti-immigrant; why else would they read any of the Mail newspapers??

pressgazette.co.uk/abc…ne/
Edited by: "cibarious" 26th Feb

cibarious

Not wanting to turn this into a slanging match, this is the last thing I … Not wanting to turn this into a slanging match, this is the last thing I will post on the subject.The Press Industry itself, leaving aside the number of awards the Mail group gets for its journalism, suggests that folk like yourselves are in the minority. If their online and print figures are accurate, it suggests that the majority of people in this country are, to use your words, right-wing and anti-immigrant; why else would they read any of the Mail newspapers??http://www.pressgazette.co.uk/abc-figures-national-press-sees-june-brexit-vote-boost-in-print-and-online/



Popularity is indicative of popularity, nothing else.
t doesn't equate to decent standards of honesty (and the Mail is dishonest) or just standards of decency.
It appeals to people by reporting trashy celebrity news (and making some up when it has none to report) and playing on their fears (whether that's fear of cancer on their appallingly inaccurate health pages which are notorious among scientists or fear of immigrants and anybody 'other' in their op-eds and the way they slant the news).

I'm well aware of its sales figures. That doesn't mean it's good or that its reporting is accurate (I admit they have done some good reporting, but you can't rely on the contents of The Mail being true).
Post a comment
Avatar
@
    Text