Another day, more complaints, and no sign yet of contrition or apology from the legendarily foul mouthed Paul Dacre, editor of the Daily Mail, or his so far unrepentant columnist Jan Moir.
The number of complaints to the Press Complaints Commission (PCC) over the unpleasant Mail hatchet job on the memory of the unfortunate Stephen Gately has now passed 25,000, and the latest notable addition is that of Gately’s record label Polydor. The singer’s family have not yet made a decision on whether to add their weight to the numbers.
Are we any closer to an apology? Doubtful. Who will make it, if one comes? Well, there’s one person who won’t be apologising – and that’s Paul Dacre.