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The Daily Mail is a British daily middle-market[2][3] tabloid newspaper owned by the Daily Mail and General Trust.[4]

First published in 1896 by Lord Northcliffe, it is the United Kingdom’s second biggest-selling daily newspaper after The Sun.[5]

Lord Rothermere was a friend of Benito Mussolini and Adolf Hitler, and directed the Mail’s editorial stance towards them in the early 1930s.[32][33]

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Jewish Daily Mail editor defends paper against Miliband

Alex Brummer says he has a very ‘sensitive antennae’ to anti-Semitism, and this wasn’t it; paper still at epicenter of political storm

October 7, 2013, 10:47 am
Copies of Britain's Daily Mail newspaper are offered for sale at a newsagent in London, Thursday, Oct. 3, 2013 (photo credit: AP Photo/Lefteris Pitarakis)

Copies of Britain’s Daily Mail newspaper are offered for sale at a newsagent in London, Thursday, Oct. 3, 2013 (photo credit: AP Photo/Lefteris Pitarakis)

Daily Mail city editor Alex Brummer wrote that it was “deplorable” to accuse the British newspaper of anti-Semitism over an article on the late father of Labor Party leader Ed Miliband titled “The man who hated Britain.”

Brummer’s column appeared Saturday, several days after Miliband defended his father against the newspaper’s claim that he was an unpatriotic Jewish Marxist. The story questioned whether the Marxist views held by Ralph Miliband may have influenced Ed and his brother, David, a former British foreign secretary.

Ralph Miliband, a Jewish refugee from Belgium who fled to Britain before World War II, fought for Britain against the Nazis. He died in 1994.

Brummer said his father also was a Jewish refugee from the Nazis and that his grandparents died in Auschwitz.

“When it comes to anti-Semitism, I, as a practicing Jew in the orthodox tradition, regard myself as something of an expert with very sensitive antennae,” wrote Brummer, who has been at the Daily Mail for 13 years following several years at The Guardian, where he served as associate editor.

Brummer said in the column that he left the Guardian after feeling uneasy about how Israel was being portrayed in the left-leaning newspaper.

Labour leader Ed Miliband, gestures, as he makes his keynote speech to delegates, during his party's annual conference, Sept. 24, 2013. (photo credit: AP Photo/PA, Gareth Fuller)

“The Mail’s reasons for scrutinizing the family background of Ed Miliband, in an article by Geoffrey Levy, cannot be attributed to the base notion of exposing his Jewishness. It was simply to try to explain why Ed Miliband was, as he declared (from a soapbox in my home town of Brighton a few days earlier), a ‘socialist,’ ” Brummer wrote.

The Mail is Britain’s most polarizing paper, and one of the most powerful. To fans, it’s the voice of old-fashioned British values and the enemy of meddling bureaucrats and stultifying political correctness. To critics it’s a sensationalist, small-minded rag that demonizes feminists, foreigners and the poor.

To politicians, the Mail is a formidable force whose blessing can help deliver crucial swing votes and whose wrath is best avoided. It’s not the paper’s conservative bent that bothers them — in Britain, unlike the United States, newspapers are expected to have a strong political stance that comes through in news coverage as well as editorials.

But many feel the Mail went too far when it angered Ed Miliband, leader of the left-of-center Labour Party, by running a story about Miliband’s late father, a leading socialist intellectual, headlined “the man who hated Britain.”

The Mail warned readers that “Red Ed,” who is Britain’s main opposition leader and hopes to be its next prime minister, had inherited father Ralph’s commitment to class warfare.

Ralph Miliband in 1958 (photo credit: Wikipedia Commons)

Miliband wrote a rebuttal defending his dad, who came to Britain as a teenage refugee from the Nazis and served with the Royal Navy in World War II. “I loved him and he loved Britain,” Miliband wrote of his father, who died in 1994. “I know they say ‘you can’t libel the dead,’ but you can smear them.”

The paper’s attack has won Miliband wide sympathy, and has brought the rare spectacle of politicians from all parties criticizing the Daily Mail.

Former Conservative Cabinet Minister Michael Heseltine accused the Mail of “carrying politics to an extent that is just demeaning.”

Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg, a Liberal Democrat, said Thursday that “if anyone excels in denigrating and often vilifying a lot about modern Britain, it’s the Daily Mail.”

Clegg had a point — the Mail exudes a deep ambivalence about British society. Its successful formula is to offer readers a mix of anxiety and reassurance, spiced with a dash of sex.

Journalism professor and Guardian media columnist Roy Greenslade said the Mail is often described as the paper that “speaks for Middle England — that segment of the working class which has middle-class aspirations and wishes to defend them against all comers.”

“It is vaguely anti-immigrant. It has opposed in the past social liberal moves such as gay rights,” he said.

Among the things the Mail approves of are British troops, hardworking “mums and dads” and cute domestic animals. It dislikes unemployed “benefit scroungers” — especially if they’re immigrants — Brussels bureaucrats, badly behaved celebrities and left-wing politicians like Ed Miliband.

In the newspaper’s pages, common foods regularly turn out to cause cancer — or obesity — and climate change is treated with skepticism.

One recent headline had scientists saying “Global warning just half what we said,” while another read “World’s top climate scientists confess: Global warming is just quarter what we thought.” Another article this week said global warming was “on pause.”

Now the Mail itself has become the story.

The furor began Saturday with the article excoriating Ralph Miliband for his Marxist views. It flared again on Thursday when Ed Miliband wrote to Lord Rothermere — chairman of the paper’s owner, Daily Mail and General Trust PLC — complaining that a reporter from the Daily Mail’s Sunday sister paper had showed up at his uncle’s memorial service this week and tried to interview mourners.

Mail on Sunday editor Geordie Greig quickly apologized for the “terrible lapse of judgment.” In contrast, Daily Mail editor Paul Dacre has been silent, though he dispatched a deputy to defend the story on television.

It is unwelcome attention for the publicity-shy, 64-year-old Dacre, the Mail’s editor since 1992. He has built the paper into a powerful media institution, with a circulation of 1.8 million, second only to the Rupert Murdoch-owned Sun among Britain’s daily newspapers. The Mail’s website — light on politics, heavy on celebrity snapshots — is one of the most widely read news sites in the world.

Even the paper’s critics acknowledge its skill at understanding what readers want, and its campaigning energy — it waged a long fight to bring to justice the racist killers of black teenager Stephen Lawrence, a notorious murder case.

And even those who call the paper the “Hate Mail” have helped secure its place in popular culture.

A popular online quiz asks “Does the Daily Mail Hate You?” Factors include being a woman and having parents born outside the UK. There’s also the “Daily Mail-o-matic” headline generator — click a button and it throws together phrases such as “Could Muslims ruin pensioners?” and “Are feral children giving Britain’s swans diabetes?”

Now this powerful media player is on the defensive. Opponents have pointed out that the Mail supported the Nazis during the 1930s, and Labour lawmaker John Mann — chair of Parliament’s all-party group against anti-Semitism — said the newspaper’s attack on Ralph Miliband, who was Jewish, smacked of “the classical age old anti-Semitic smear about disloyal Jews.”

Calls for an advertising boycott have been backed by Labour figures including former Deputy Prime Minister John Prescott.

And the furor has reanimated a debate about press regulation that has been swirling since the scandal over tabloid phone hacking. The Mail has not been implicated in hacking, but Dacre, like other newspaper editors, strongly opposes any form of state regulation.

Bob Satchwell, executive editor of the Society of Editors, said he hoped the Miliband affair would not trigger restrictions on the press.

“If you’ve got a free press it must be free to express itself,” Satchwell told Sky News.

Source: http://www.timesofisrael.com/jewish-daily-mail-editor-defends-paper-against-miliband/

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My father, like Ed Miliband’s, was a Jewish refugee from the Nazis. My grandparents died in Auschwitz. Having worked for this paper for 13 years, I can say with certainty that it’s deplorable to say the Mail is anti-Semitic

Mail City Editor Alex Brummer: Outraged by Left-wingers' anti-semitism slurs

Mail City Editor Alex Brummer: Outraged by Left-wingers’ anti-semitism slurs

This year I celebrate my barmitzvah (13th year) as a Daily Mail journalist — having made the long ideological journey from my previous job at the Guardian newspaper.

The very idea that I would have made such a move across the spectrum of economic and political thinking, and stuck with it for so many years, if I believed that this paper was anti-Semitic, is utterly risible.

Indeed, the cynical attempts by Lord Kinnock, the political Left and the Labour Party to shift the debate about the Mail article that explored Ed Miliband’s late father Ralph’s views on politics, international affairs and economic models, to one about alleged anti-Semitism within the Associated Newspapers group is absolutely deplorable.

When it comes to anti-Semitism, I, as a practising Jew in the orthodox tradition, regard myself as something of an expert with very sensitive antennae.

This is not surprising. My wonderful father, just like Ralph Miliband, arrived in Britain on a boat as a refugee, from what is now Ukraine in 1939 after the Jewish population where he lived was rounded up and deported to Nazi concentration camps.

My father’s parents died at Auschwitz. His younger sisters survived the horror of the death camps, partly because Nazi doctors found them useful as human guinea pigs during their eugenics experiments.

I regret to say that any Jewish child brought up in Britain in the Fifties and Sixties, when the world was still trying to come to terms with the horror of the Shoah (Holocaust), will likely have experienced anti-Semitism.

For instance, a brilliant City fund manager friend of mine who went to Rugby School before Oxford University suffered virulent anti-Semitism and tells me that is still fresh in his mind.

For myself, as a grammar school boy in Brighton, I encountered frequent taunts and abuse from teachers and pupils alike. It was part of the minority upbringing experience.

At the Guardian, though, which I joined as a graduate trainee in the financial section, my Jewish origins never seemed to matter as I rose through the ranks, eventually becoming Associate Editor of the paper.

But as events in the Middle East changed in the later decades of the 20th century — and given the way the Zionist dream was portrayed by the Left — I felt increasingly uneasy. Coverage of Israel had become hostile, with the country’s leaders depicted as bullies — and, in most part, the Arab world as ‘victims’.

There was at least one occasion, when attending the morning news conference, that I felt it necessary to challenge a news editor publicly over what I regarded as a deeply anti-Semitic attack on Israel’s behaviour. He apologised.

Since arriving as a Jew at the Mail, I have felt much more comfortable away from the knee-jerk anti-Zionism shown by the Left and its totally disproportionate efforts to demonise Israel.

Over the past 13 years, I have taken part in the Mail’s leader conferences, where the paper’s policy is set under the watchful eye of editor Paul Dacre, and where rigorous discussion has taken place about Israel’s behaviour and the moral contribution of Judaism to the world.

If Israel has been perceived to have behaved badly towards the Palestinians — such as over the Israelis’ enthusiastic settlement development in areas like the West Bank and the Golan Heights — criticism has been voiced.

But throughout my time at the Mail, the paper’s loyalty to Israel, as a beacon of democracy and economic success in a region of often ghastly sectarian dictatorships, has never wavered.
Moreover, it is a newspaper that has nurtured and promoted Jewish staff in every editorial department.

When the allegations of anti-Semitism emerged — a sub-plot to attacks on the paper from the Left for its coverage of Ralph Miliband’s views — a colleague (who has worked on the paper for 34 years) burst into my office to express his outrage at the very suggestion that this was the case.

But the real danger in these completely phoney allegations is that they detract from the genuine anti-Semitism that is suddenly on the march again in Eastern and Southern Europe.

For example, in Hungary, we are witnessing the rise of the virulently anti-Semitic nationalist party Jobbik, which is linked to paramilitary-style militias. And in Greece there has been a surge in support for the extremist Right-wing Golden Dawn party, which beats up immigrants on the streets.

It is absurd to suggest that the Mail is anti-Semitic — for its deputy editor has Jewish origins, and a leading columnist and many other staff are Jewish.

It is hardly likely that Melanie Phillips, one of the most outspoken and fervently pro-Jewish, pro-Israel voices in British political discourse, would have served the paper for so long, so bravely and so brilliantly, were that the case.

As for the article itself about the beliefs and politics of Ralph Miliband’s life, it would have been impossible for the paper, or anyone else for that matter, to try to piece it together without referring to his arrival in Britain as a refugee from Nazism and his Jewish background.

The fact that he and others on the Marxist Left happened to be Jewish cannot be avoided. But it doesn’t mean that anyone who writes about such issues is anti-Semitic. Nor is such journalism a ‘smear’.

The Mail’s reasons for scrutinising the family background of Ed Miliband, in an article by Geoffrey Levy, cannot be attributed to the base notion of exposing his Jewishness. It was simply to try to explain why Ed Miliband was, as he declared (from a soapbox in my home town of Brighton a few days earlier), a ‘socialist’.

And it was also to get a better understanding of where some of his more extreme anti-free market views came from. As an experienced financial writer, it was hard for me to ignore the repeated assaults on enterprise in his party conference speech.

It included a threat to freeze prices of energy companies; to grab back land from house builders suspected of hoarding unused real estate; to punish big corporations with higher taxes and to increase the so-called ‘bonus’ taxes on the banks.

Understanding where a political leader’s deep-rooted political beliefs stem from is what newspapers and biographers have done over the ages.

Nearly always, the first couple of hundred pages of a political biography investigates the subject’s family background.

For example, Charles Moore’s recent biography of Margaret Thatcher partly explores the sometimes starkly conservative views of her shop-keeper father Alfred Roberts, including some latent anti-Semitism.

Such views, absorbed at the hearth during childhood, help to frame adult beliefs. Of course, these may be shed in adulthood — as they were in Mrs Thatcher’s case — but they are a fascinating part of the human puzzle.

The next time anyone wants to accuse the Daily Mail of poor standards of journalism, I suggest they talk to the paper’s department editors first and learn about the rigorous standards that are followed to produce accurate reporting.

Also, the next time someone wants to accuse the paper of anti-Semitism, I have an invitation for them.

Join me in my office with other members of staff — Jewish and non-Jewish — as we light the Chanukah freedom lights in that season of the year, or join us for apple and honey at the Jewish New Year.

That is part of our lives on a news floor where different religions and cultures are celebrated.

Source: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/debate/article-2444472/ALEX-BRUMMER-Its-deplorable-say-Mail-anti-Semitic.html

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