Dacres's Law (or Dacre's rule of Daily Mail analogies) is an Internet adage asserting that "As an online discussion grows longer, the probability of a comparison involving accusations of being a 'Daily Mail Reader' becomes highly likely."

The law is named after the infamous former editor of The Daily Mail, Paul Dacre, and can be applied when being accused of being a right-winger for showing concerns regarding immigration or transgenderism.
"I am concerened about Free Moment Of People, because it exploits a vulnerable migrant workforce and pushes wages down."
"Been reading The Daily mail, have you?"
"It's a bit early to be using 'Dacre's Law' isn't it?"
by Charlie Cheesecake November 05, 2019
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