Five ways Paul Dacre's Daily Mail left its mark on Britain

Five ways Paul Dacre's Daily Mail left its mark on Britain
 

Paul Dacre is stepping down as editor of the Daily Mail, after 26 years at the helm of the UK's second-biggest daily paid-for newspaper.
Often controversial, always campaigning, the paper has millions of loyal readers, and more than a few in the corridors of Westminster.
In the words of Press Gazette editor-in-chief Dominic Ponsford it is the newspaper that, like no other, "echoes its master's voice".
So how has Paul Dacre, as one of the country's most powerful editors, left his mark on Britain?
1. Immigration Under Dacre, the Daily Mail has become "Fleet Street's most... read more

 
9 June 2018 in Regional, Views: 54
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