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15.
A British newspaper founded in 1896 by Lord Northcliffe.

Its stance is very right wing some would suggest as far right (it supported the nazi party between 1933 and 1939 and called Hitler "Adolf the great" and had the headline "hurrah for the black shirts")

It is critical about the BBC and claims that it is biased to the left.The newspaper is strongly against homosexuality,immigration and the European union.

Notable columnists in the Mail are Richard Littlejohn, jan moir and amanda plattell. They have all courted controversy Littlejohn said after the Ipswich murders of five women, Littlejohn described the victims as "disgusting, drug-addled street whores" and their deaths as "no great loss". He added that for prostitutes, "death by strangulation" is "an occupational hazard" stemming from their "free will".
Shall I buy a Daily Mail or the Sun?

That Richard Littlejohn article in the Daily Mail shows that he is obviously a repressed homosexual!!
by LawrieCrash August 10, 2010
 
1.
A UK newspaper which tries to pretend it isn't a tabloid for some unknown reason. They call themselves "A family paper with strong female readership, it has won many awards for editorial flair, outstanding reporting, design and print quality." I prefer to call it a racist, sexist, slanderous, homophobic, unprofessional, sensationalist Hitler fanzine. They are "morally outraged" by just about everything. Calls itself the only newpaper that stands up for what it believes in (aka. talks bullshit).
The only reason I'm ever buy the Daily Mail is to start a fire.
by Kay May 16, 2004
 
2.
The only brand of toilet paper that, when used, leaves more shit on you than you started with. Also see Daily Heil.
Daily Mail your garden: shit helps plants grow.
by Ken Livingstill February 16, 2005
 
3.
1.) The Fearmonger's Bible.
2.) A paper for Middle Class, Middle Aged, Middle Englanders' wives.
3.) Where bad journalists go to get paid employment.
4.) Not a tabloid, honest.
1.) "Britain is being overrun by terrorists/asylum seekers/alcopops/video nasties/Lee Bowyer..."
2.) "My word, dear. Britain appears to be overrun by terrorists/asylum seekers/alcopops/video nasties/Lee Bowyer..."
3.) "I have no journalistic integrity whatsoever, so I'll state that Britain is being overrun by terrorists/asylum seekers/alcopops/video nasties/Lee Bowyer..."
4.) "We state the Truth, such as 'Britain is being overrun by terrorists/asylum seekers/alcopops/video nasties/Lee Bowyer...', which you won't see in The Sun."
by OD Smith April 08, 2005
 
4.
British newspaper aimed at conservatine, middle class housewives. Regards itself as a serious newspaper despite the fact that it is clearly tabloid.

It claims to be a moral voice of the people but is in fact a paper designed to indulge the quasi-racist/homophobic/bigotted views held by much of middle england.

The paper loves nothing more than creating a moral panic and has done so over the years on subjects ranging from hoodies to water bottles.

The Daily Mail typically finds time to bleat on about the terrible state of Britain today in its police force, NHS, Education system and policy on immigration. It is truly creative in finding a whole bunch of ways of paraphrasing "Kick all asylum seekers out. We hate foreign people".

The Daily Mail burns rather nicely and is just the right size to cover cat litter trays.
Typical Daily Mail headlines:

"Black person gets job"
"Presenter says word sex on TV"
"My angelic little girl was made to wear a hoodie by a gay immigrant paedophile communist"
by Boylio March 12, 2006
 
5.
a newspaper that, along with the Sun, sums up all that is wrong with the UK today
mainly read by lower middle class snobs who beleive every word printed in this piece of poisonous filth and therefore form their opinion of the world from it
the mail-wouldnt wipe me arse with it
by bigmeuprudeboy September 10, 2003
 
6.
Adj. - used to describe actions or words that are both xenophobic/bigoted/homophobic/racist and highly sensastionalist.

Symptomatic of a "less tax and less blacks" attitude.
A: Oh my God! Get that black man away from me! He'll eat my babies! Think of the children! Oh won't somebody think of the children!?

B: Oh, be quiet, must you be so Daily Mail about it?
by Emo_Ed November 24, 2004
 
7.
Cheap, affordable kindling for the camper in a hurry.
"We'll never get this coal burning without a Daily Mail"
by Mr Ned September 14, 2005