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Discovered: Rare colour pictures of Paul Dacre at his Swiss mountain retreat

Dacre 'said to enjoy' his stunningly clear view of the worldThey show a man relaxed and at ease, despite the terrible divisions he would attempt to inflict across Europe just a few days afterwards.

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Posted: Oct 7th, 2013
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Daily Mail website to be given ‘Moral Panic button’

Could have saved thousands of lives if introduced sooner. Mail now investigating.The world’s most visited news website, Mail Online, is to be fitted with a special panic button that readers can use to express their sense of moral outrage. Clicking the button will automatically notify the relevant authorities that Daily Mail readers are upset and that ‘something must be done’.

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Posted: Sep 8th, 2013
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Daily Mail holds swearing-at ceremony for new French president

Will this man cause the price of your house to CRASH?The Daily Mail has welcomed the new French president, Francois Hollande, with a lavish swearing-at ceremony to mark his first day in office.

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Posted: May 15th, 2012
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Daily Mail ‘struggling to find cancer, house price angle’ on Japan earthquake

‘My staff are working heroically to find an angle that will make this story interesting to the British public,’ said editor Paul Dacre.

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Posted: Mar 14th, 2011
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Daily Mail in turmoil as asylum seekers admit coming to UK mainly to read Daily Mail

immigrants naturally drawn to the fashion sectionDaily newspaper the Daily Mail has today been thrown into turmoil following the revelation that they have been unwittingly encouraging asylum seekers to come to Britain. A survey commissioned by the paper had sought to prove what their readers already knew, that asylum seekers were heading to the UK as it was a soft touch, but actually discovered that the main motivation for most migrants was their love for the Daily Mail.

One respondent told the survey the harrowing tale of her escape from genocide in Rwanda. ‘One night gunmen came to our village’ she said. ‘They murdered my husband and children, and I fled for my life, but I knew that there was light at the end of the tunnel, as if I could get to England I would soon be reading Richard Littlejohn’s wonderful column every day, not to mention their excellent Femail section’.

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Posted: Jul 27th, 2010
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