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Thanks, Alex.

 

Sadly, (despite the fact that the veracity of the article may never be confirmed) - along with ongoing revelations about bankers and politicians - I have to say that this only goes to confirm beliefs probably held by the majority in this country and certainly already held by me about this 'newspaper' and its journalistic standards.

 

Fully expect prompt deletion of post/thread.

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https://futiledemocracy.files.wordpress.com/2013/10/rothrmere-hitler1.jpg

 

I don't know who his pal is with the funny moustache (can anyone help?), but the figure on the left bears a striking resemblance to the one-time owner of the Mail, Harold Harmsworth, 1st Viscount Rothermere.

 

It used to be a decent family paper in those days, and clearly this photograph is a fake - probably concocted by Bolshevik apparatchiks under instructions from the Milliband family.

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Oh, doesn't the Grauniad just luvvie the view from its high moral ground!

 

http://www.theguardian.com/media/greenslade/2011/dec/06/dailymail-oswald-mosley

 

 

spoilsport!! ;)

 

dd

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I'm not sure how well the link below will work, but the Daily Mail have denied the claims made

 

http://www.theguardian.com/media/greenslade/2015/mar/06/daily-mail-in-new-york-disputes-journalists-ripping-off-the-web-claims

Interesting that the Guardian article is headed by what looks like a screenshot of a Daily Mail article captioned "Mail Online: ‘utterly refuted’ the claims Photograph: Public Domain".

Is it Public Domain?

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I'm not sure how well the link below will work, but the Daily Mail have denied the claims madehttp://www.theguardian.com/media/greenslade/2015/mar/06/daily-mail-in-new-york-disputes-journalists-ripping-off-the-web-claims

 

Interesting that the Guardian article is headed by what looks like a screenshot of a Daily Mail article captioned "Mail Online: ‘utterly refuted’ the claims Photograph: Public Domain".

 

Is it Public Domain?

I hadn't noticed that. There are a lot of shots of screens of websites in the "Have you found any Alamy photos" thread. I guess there's a difference between photographing a screen and pressing 'Print Screen'

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I'm not sure how well the link below will work, but the Daily Mail have denied the claims made

 

http://www.theguardian.com/media/greenslade/2015/mar/06/daily-mail-in-new-york-disputes-journalists-ripping-off-the-web-claims

Interesting that the Guardian article is headed by what looks like a screenshot of a Daily Mail article captioned "Mail Online: ‘utterly refuted’ the claims Photograph: Public Domain".

Is it Public Domain?

 

There's no such thing in the UK.

The Guardian isn't telling the whole truth-the credit on the Mail site says 'Chris Joseph/ I-Images'. If I were Mr. Joseph I might be knocking on their door.

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