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    Default Daily Mail - Irish Edition Online?

    Hi

    I may be blind, but can't find a link to an Irish version of the Daily Mail on their website.

    Anyone know if there is such a thing?

    I've emailed their help desk, but so far no reply.

    But first get up out of your chairs, open the window, stick your head out, and yell, and say it: "I'M AS MAD AS HELL, AND I'M NOT GOING TO TAKE THIS ANYMORE!"

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    They've reverted to the original name- try 'Volkischer Beobachter'.

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    My ma said if you spend too much time lookin' at the photos on Daily Mail online you'll certainly go blind.. and get hairy palms.
    "If you are neutral in situations of injustice, you have chosen the side of the oppressor", Desmond Tutu

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    The Daily Mail has only recently agreed to tolerate Ireland - expecting a website is a bit much.

    Maybe in a couple of hundred years...

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    Don't know how true this is but i've been told that Lord Northcliffe (?) explained the setting up of the Daily Wail with the comment 'I want to give people their daily hate'.

    Possibly apocryphal but I do recall some years ago when Paul Dacre announced that because of costs there would be no pay rises for DM staff- shortly before the traditional Christmas celebration was kicked off by Dacres' arrival at the office where he was applauded past the staff and the giant ice-sculpture of the DM logo which cost much money was was slowly melting away ... drip, drip. Drip, drip.

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    The Daily Mail thinks the internet gives people AIDs.

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    Is there such a website online as for the Irish Daily Mail?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Design for Life View Post
    Is there such a website online as for the Irish Daily Mail?
    No.
    "In [Ireland] a wife is regarded as a chattel, just as a thoroughbred mare or cow." Mr Justice Butler in the Irish courts. 'Traditional Marriage' in the 1970s.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Design for Life
    Is there such a website online as for the Irish Daily Mail?
    No there isn't unfortunately.

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    Cheers.

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