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About Daily Mail
Daily Mail is one of the veterans of the mass media in England. Alfred Harmsvord it adjust to the new reading public - the clerks and craftsmen. In 1903 Harmsvordovi placed second newspaper Daily Mirror as a cheaper edition designed for the home and young people with various interests. Over the years, it becomes even more illustrative in nature and is imbued with the spirit of British imperialism.
time its newspapers enjoy the protection of the British Union of
Fascists (BUF) founded by the English aristocrat parliamentarian and
independent conservative Oswald Mosley in numbers at that time about 40
000 people. Mosley
's organization advocated for limiting the powers of the parliament and
establish a dictatorship of Italian fascist model . In 1934 Lord Rotermir began promoting civil aviation. British
documents declassified in 2005 revealed that he had sent a letter of
congratulation after Hitler's occupation of Czechoslovakia and promoted
offensive in Romania.
In 2008, after the events in South Ossetia newspaper criticized the British government for the deterioration of relations with Russia and hypocrisy - the recognition of the Republic of Kosovo and the criticism of Russia's recognition of Abkhazia and South Ossetia.
Several times the newspaper has been accused of libel - something typical for most major tabloids that to survive in the market for news must bring its readers sensationalism or quality news.
Daily Mail with its two million copies is the second mass after English English newspaper The Sun Rupert Murdoch who has a circulation of more than 2.8 million pieces per day.