Sure as shit smells, Daily Mail readers can’t quite believe that hate crimes against LGBT+ people should be punished with a ‘harsher” prison sentence. Hello and welcome to Britain 2019. The Daily Mail has reported that judges in the UK […]
A shocking article has unearthed how a national newspaper wrote about the discovery of a now-debunked “gay gene” in 1993.
The National AIDS Trust just had to school one Mail Online columnist over a story published in which he peddled “misinformation, myths and stigma” over PrEP usage.
the sass coming from the Terrence Higgins Trust’s Twitter feed, the UK’s leading HIV charity is palpable and we love it. In the tweet, they slam the Mail Online for fuelling misinformation, myths and stigma surrounding the use of PrEP.
The MailOnline has seemingly removed advertising from some of its most controversial columnists.
“He supports civil partnerships…” So that’s alright then. The Daily Mail has defended an article they published by Richard Littlejohn following on from an outcry from the public concerning what many described as the transphobic and homophobic tone of the […]
Quorn Foods UK says it was never their intention to have their product placed near to a disgusting Richard Littlejohn article. Quorn Foods UK has said that it has asked its advertising agency to remove ads featured next to the Daily […]
Here’s a list of businesses which have publicly pulled their advertising spend from the Daily Mail or Mail Online In 2016 Lego announced that it would no longer advertise saying that they were “not planning any future promotional activity with […]
Following on from the Southbank Centre’s announcement that they won’t be advertising in the Daily Mail, Center Parcs says it will not advertise in the paper either. In a crushing blow to the Daily Mail, the Southbank Centre in London […]
“We have no future plans to advertise within the Daily Mail”. In a crushing blow to the Daily Mail, the Southbank Centre in London, has said that it will no longer place advertising in the outlet. The announcement follows on […]
Some of the UK’s biggest brands are under pressure to stop advertising in the Daily Mail and Mail Online after one of its columnists wrote a scathing piece about Tom Daley and Dustin Lance Black’s baby announcement. “Pass the sick […]