There’s no stopping The Mail on Sunday when it comes to agenda-setting exclusives and hard-hitting investigations that other newspapers and media across the world can only follow.
In September, we revealed that one of Prince Charles’s closest advisers offered to help secure a knighthood and citizenship for a billionaire Saudi who donated to the Prince’s charity
Last week, the under-pressure aide resigned.
EXPOSED: Our report on September 5 about Prince Charles’s aide
SHOCKING: More revelations on September 12
We’ve been in the headlines ourselves over the past few days, as revelations have unfolded in the Court of Appeal legal battle between the Duchess of Sussex and The Mail on Sunday over our publication of part of a letter she sent to her father.
Elsewhere, Ian Birrell’s reports on the fight for democracy in Belarus – which earned him the latest of his many Press Awards – followed by dispatches on how the country has weaponised migration have proved only too prescient.
And he was also first to reveal how Vladimir Putin’s plotting sent gas bills soaring in Britain.
HARD-HITTING: Belarus’s shocking policy of weaponised migration was detailed on August 8
PLOT: Story amid September energy crisis
Our political team, led by Glen Owen, delivers scoop after scoop. Last week’s Tory sleaze furore followed Anna Mikhailova’s report that Sir Geoffrey Cox more than doubled his annual extra-parliamentary earnings to £1,038,835.
It’s no wonder we are Britain’s biggest-selling Sunday newspaper – including 92,000 digital subscribers who read an exact replica of the print edition on their tablet, phone or computer.
Last month, we were honoured for our outstanding journalism and crowned Sunday Newspaper of the Year by the London Press Club.
It was the fifth time in nine years that the MoS has won the coveted award.
Along with 20 pages of unrivalled Sports coverage and our glossy You magazine, The Mail on Sunday really is the nation’s agenda-setting must-read newspaper.
Source: Daily Mail UK