"Does reality ever stand in the way of a Daily Express headline?"
A photo of breakout tennis star Emma Raducanu was placed next to the Priti Patel's new anti-migrant policy.
If this is May's 'finest hour', as the Daily Express has labelled it, I’d hate to see it when things go badly
Be a journalist, they said. It’ll be fun, they said.
The local elections will tell us more.
He said some were Islamophobic.
'Syria has become an invisible emergency and I think the answer is a different kind of journalism.'
We cannot let fear of being branded a ‘virtue signaller’ put us off from challenging extremism and bigotry.
'What religion is the Pope? The answer may surprise you!'
Whatever next? Some wondered what exactly was going on in the Daily Express’ newsroom. While others were just a little worried
About Daily Express
The Daily Express is the flagship title of Express Newspapers, a subsidiary of Northern & Shell (which is wholly owned by Richard Desmond). Express Newspapers also publishes the Sunday Express (launched in 1918), Daily Star and Daily Star Sunday. It was launched in broadsheet format in 1900. In May 2015, it had an average daily circulation of 432,076. Source: Wikipedia