Discussion of the more serious side of the Mail's agenda
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By Samanfur
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Did anyone else see Newsnight last night? I knew it wasn't going to go well when the presenter introducing the item and used the phrase "virtue-signaling" about environmentalists, but they actually said to Caroline Lucas that the DM and Stanley Johnson'd done more for the environment than the Green Party because of stuff like this plastics campaign.
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By youngian
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Foreign aid being respent yet again. I assume the Mail thinks using this aid to clean up Bongo Land's beaches will benefit us as well? Yes, it will that's the point of most foreign aid.

Where might our politics be now if all screaming tabloid headlines were about fear of environmental catastrophe and declaring war on the evils of want, poverty, loneliness and ignorance?
 
By cycloon
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youngian wrote:
Thu Jan 11, 2018 9:59 am
Foreign aid being respent yet again. I assume the Mail thinks using this aid to clean up Bongo Land's beaches will benefit us as well? Yes, it will that's the point of most foreign aid.

Where might our politics be now if all screaming tabloid headlines were about fear of environmental catastrophe and declaring war on the evils of want, poverty, loneliness and ignorance?
Infinitely better off. Astonishing, albeit not entirely unwelcome, that the Mail has the balls to cheer foreign aid for cleaning foreign beaches (good), but screams blue murder about foreign aid spent on people.
 
By Daley Mayle
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You get a free sealed plastic bag containing advertising material in every copy of the Mail on Saturday.

In Germany shoppers dump unwanted packaging found within their shopping in the supermarket, they will also twist off and dump unwanted natural vegetable packaging such as the leaves that surround cauliflowers.

When Mr Patel (other nations are available as owners of newsagents) starts kicking up at the waste he has to pay to be taken away then possibly the Mail will review their policy on the inclusion of such unwanted material.
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Arnold wrote:
Sat Jan 13, 2018 8:16 am
That's a dilemma for the Mailwatch model makers.
Wheras Mailite model makers will have an absolute field day.
"I painted it up as the one that Guy Gibson flew in the Dam Busters."
Said Brian Smith (House worth 320,000), Mail Handle "SendTheLotBack".
"See how he used his dog's name as the squadron code."

"Remarkable bit of British genius the Spitfire, first jet fighter in the world, all made out of wood.
That Guy Gibson is my hero, shot down a whole squadron of Fokkers above Buckingham Palace, and all with artificial legs."

"Glue? no I stuck it together with jizz."
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(NOT satire)
The greatest Spitfire pilot of all time is Polish: Veteran, 100, is set to top a public RAF poll to find WWII's top flying hero after it's hijacked and shared by eastern European community

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article ... pilot.html


One for the mailtard commentariat. Pilot Officer Collins A Joseph

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This Spifire pilot died in the service of his country while Dacre's father claimed reserved occupation status as a theatre critic. Just saying.
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