Not in the UK, no.Tom_MKUK wrote:Did any major newsworthy event happen yesterday? Can't think of anything.
It shows the ever growing gulf between the printed and online versions of the DM. The print version is very much about catering to the middle-aged "middle-class" readers who don't want to hear about any of those dirty forrins. Online, on the other hand, the DM is desperate to jump on any bandwagon as quickly as possible just to get the hit count up, so has the Norway story as the lead.ezinra wrote:Not in the UK, no.Tom_MKUK wrote:Did any major newsworthy event happen yesterday? Can't think of anything.
You could forgive them if they had an interesting scoop to run with. But this is old, not very controversial news.
It's like the days of the first Apple Macs.Malcolm Armsteen wrote:At least 8.
or the art of wise colour choices, not sure what the mail has against peoples eyes to make that "mail rewards club" box tangerine on light blueKreuzberger wrote:Also, not long for this world; the art of consistent typography...HOW MANY????
Because they understand their readership.jeh86 wrote:I'm being critical here, but why have they decided to go for a smaller headline this time? The £5 off Tesco should be smaller
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He already has a Mail column, doesn't he?