Discussion of the more serious side of the Mail's agenda
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By Silkyman
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davidjay wrote:Not only do they know her past and present circumstances, they can see into her future as well.
And she clearly should have predicted this situation eight years ago when she was conceiving her first son. You know, before the economy went to shit.
 
By Kreuzberger
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Oh, how the jizz would flow if one of their pet-hates, Mo Farrah, has been within a thousand miles of a banned substance.

They're limbering up in the comments, too.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/sports ... l#comments" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;
 
By Messianic Trees
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Family with eight children who receive £40,000-a-year in benefits demand their council give them a NINE-bedroom house because they can't afford to rent
Julie Howard, 37, lives with her eight children, partner and her parents
They receive £40,000-a-year benefits including £6,000 disability allowance
Family have three-bedroom house and hope to move to a nine-bedroom
They spend £2,000-a-year looking after their guinea pig, budgies and dog


Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article ... z3jNVQVbXH" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;
By The Rationalist
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satnav wrote:Ashcroft wanted a government job, Dacre wanted a Knighthood. Both were let down by Cameron and both have taken revenge.
So what is stopping Dacre doing a Desmond and throwing his lot and the paper behind UKIP, skipping a level or two and claiming those UKIP peerages when Farrago starts dishing them out.
 
By bluebellnutter
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The Rationalist wrote:
satnav wrote:Ashcroft wanted a government job, Dacre wanted a Knighthood. Both were let down by Cameron and both have taken revenge.
So what is stopping Dacre doing a Desmond and throwing his lot and the paper behind UKIP, skipping a level or two and claiming those UKIP peerages when Farrago starts dishing them out.
Because it didn't work out for Desmond, and as much as they might froth online I think most of the average readers of the dead tree version wouldn't actually hold much truck with it going all UKIP on them. They like to think of themselves as better than all that, and certainly better than Express readers.
By Agnes
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I wonder if Dacre might have an Understanding with Osborne or May. Help get Cameron out as soon as possible so the new Leader gets as long in No. 10 as s/he can - note that all the attacks are on Hamface personally rather than the party, giving the impression that if we get a new face in it'll all be OK again (cf. the ridiculous idea that when Thatcher went and Major got in it was a genuine change of government rather than the same old piss in a slightly different bottle).
 
By youngian
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How Calais' 'jungle' migrant camp has now become a mini city - complete with restaurants, a theatre, book shops and free wifi
More than a dozen shops have opened, along with restaurants, libraries, an information centre and makeshift hotels
Main strip is the Market where an art gallery, theatre and Eritrean nightclub - which serves beer - are situated
Camp started as a stopping place for migrants as they waited to be smuggled illegally out of France to Britain http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article ... -city.html" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;
cinjon, Kidderminster, United Kingdom, 5 minutes ago
Why didn't they use these enterprising skills in their own homes?

dannydog, arundel, 13 minutes ago
Who are these British aid workers supplying free W-FI?

Mark75, Birmingham, United Kingdom, 8 minutes ago
2 months ago it was a dangerous free-for-all with marauding gangs and nightly rapes. Now it would appear to be a shining example to us all of how civilised we could be if we were only more like these people. Send the army in, we've all had enough now

WelshPatriot, Cardiff, United Kingdom, 9 minutes ago
Again all I see is men - the same as the economic migrants (who were refugees in Turkey) - how can the women in their own countries hold any respect for these so called men - I genuinely feel sorry for the women and children in their homeland - all they see in Britain is easy money and easy women

rogerz, Wolverhampton, United Kingdom, 6 minutes ago
Maybe the French should arrest all aid workers for supplying succour to the enemy.!

pablo, almeria, 5 minutes ago
Like a kind of French Butlins really.
 
By bluebellnutter
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rogerz, Wolverhampton, United Kingdom, 6 minutes ago
Maybe the French should arrest all aid workers for supplying succour to the enemy.!
That's just disturbing
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