Daily Mail ialah akhbar tabloid pasaran pertengahan harian dan laman web berita British[3][4] yang diterbitkan di London. Ditubuhkan pada tahun 1896, ia kini merupakan akhbar edaran berbayar tertinggi di UK.[5] Akhbar kembarnya The Mail on Sunday telah dilancarkan pada tahun 1982, manakala edisi Scotland dan Ireland bagi akhbar harian masing-masing telah dilancarkan pada 1947 dan 2006. Kandungan daripada kertas kerja muncul di laman web MailOnline, walaupun laman web tersebut diuruskan secara berasingan dan mempunyai editornya sendiri.[6]

Daily Mail
JenisAkhbar harian
FormatTabloid
Diasaskan4 Mei 1896; 127 tahun yang lalu (1896-05-04)
Pemihakan politikSayap kanan[1]
BahasaInggeris
Ibu pejabatNorthcliffe House

2 Derry Street

London W8 5TT
Edaran770,185 (pada Mei 2023)[2]
PemilikDaily Mail and General Trust
PengasasAlfred Harmsworth dan Harold Harmsworth
PenerbitDMG Media
PengarangTed Verity
ISSN0307-7578
Nombor OCLC16310567
Laman sesawangwww.dailymail.co.uk

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  4. ^ Peter Wilby "Paul Dacre of the Daily Mail: The man who hates liberal Britain" Diarkibkan 2 April 2016 di Wayback Machine, New Statesman, 19 December 2013 (online version: 2 January 2014)
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