Mail On Sunday
The Duchess of Sussex is taking legal action against the paper after it published a letter she wrote to her father.
Issues around border controls linked to terrorism, 'traditional' criminality, migration, immigration, national security and even queueing times should, as far as is possible, be in the public domain especially around election time. Delaying or redacting reports other than in extreme circumstance where there is a real risk to national security, is cheating the electorate. It's as simple as that.
'This has really dangerous consequences.'
The Huffington Post UK has contacted the Mail on Sunday for comment. In the Mail on Sunday Comment, the paper said: “Girls
White male culture is at the centre and almost everyone else are outsiders looking in. With less diverse bills come less diverse audiences. And without diversified bills and audiences I, for one, find there's not a lot left to joke about.
'You know Britain is going to hell in a handbasket when people like me agree with Dan Hodges.'
And some claimed that the columnist, who has worked for the Labour Party but was also critical of previous leader Ed Miliband
'Bad day for press conspiracy theorists'.
The Sunday Telegraph, meanwhile, has come out in favour of Brexit. In an editorial it said: “On balance, however, we believe
What would be madness is slashing the very budget focused on tackling the gross poverty, instability and insecurity that threatens our national and global security, drives people to flee their countries to drown in the Mediterranean, but most importantly - degrades us all as human beings.