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Description Includes 100 giant grids, 88 words per grid and 176 'Quick' and 'Cryptic' clues to find them. This book features a two-speed format that allows puzzlers of different ages and abilities to take on the ... more

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Review of Daily Mail

Excellent

“The Daily Mail”

published 29/08/2002

Well laid out, easy to read

More pricey than other leading tabloids

...The Daily Mail has been a welcome breakfast addition in our household for as long as I can remember. The news is reliable, informative, and well presented. Redtop tabloids such as The Sun and The Mirror are full of useless showbiz gossip, whereas The Mail concentrates on "real" news. The first issue of the Daily Mail was published on 4th May, 1896 by Alfred Harmsworth, and was an immediate...

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Review of Daily Mail

Not for me

“The Daily Hate”

published 12/05/2011

Nothing whatsoever

The people who comment on the Daily Mail website, racism, biased, Tory etc

...Ah the Daily Mail. I don't buy it myself but take a casual look on their website every now and again and used to flick through it was I was working as cabin crew and the airline gave away free copies. It really is a terrible newspaper and seems obsessed with: asylum seekers, poor people, people on benefits, house prices (mentioned in EVERY human interest story how much their house is worth...

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Review of Daily Mail [TV Advertisement]

Excellent

Plenty of content, decent stories

not everything is relevant to everyone...likes most papers then

...The Daily Mail has been around for a long time, and has gained respect over the years. Being only eighteen it won’t come as a surprise to you that I am writing from a great deal of experience, but I have been forced to read a paper due to my A-Level politics course. Broadsheets aside, this is the most informative paper around, well, apart from those who want to read about sex scandals etc....

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