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The Daily Mail from 1938



Great News!

I see the Mail has returned to its favourite theme this morning.

FireShot Screen Capture #036 - 'House prices hit record high for April (___and for once London was the only place where they went down) I Mail Online' - www_dailymail_co_uk_news_article-2309174_House-prices-hit-record-

This is of course fantastic news for the economy. Just think of the amount of houses we make and export……..

No, wait………

How to alienate one’s readership?

Rejoice! (2)

Checking Google News this morning for the scoop on the killing of Osama Bin Laden, I noticed that three of the top four stories were on how the event had impacted on the financial markets.

click click and click

I haven’t seen the Daily Mail today yet – Here’s how I imagine it:

Damaged Nuclear Reactionaries Latest

The Daily Mail Secret Editorial Formula

You need to click on the image and magnify.

Cheers Kenny.

All Medical Experts Now

As the Telegraph, Mail et al don their deep sea diving gear to see which new depths they can now plumb, Tory windbag Bill Aitken calls into question the medical prognosis on Megrahi. The Telegraph has wheeled out a doctor to say that like Gordon Broon, Megrahi could well survive beyond three months.

The doctor of course has never examined Megrahi.

How long before the headline ‘Megrahi release could affect housing market recovery’?

I wouldn’t totally discount it.