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Newest Review: ... s full of the perfunctory sedukos and crosswords for the females of the pack. The TV section isn't bad either. On the whole the mirror.co.uk website is functional and basic, like its readers. It's refreshingly not over complicated, again like it s readers. The tabs at the top of the front page take you wear you need to be quickly and the print nice and bold and the navigation swift, set out ... more
Customer mirror.co.uk Reviews (2)
by - written on 09/10/12 (Very useful, 60 readings)
The Mirror Group has been bloody lucky not to suffer the fete of News International over this phone hacking stuff. The then editor of the Daily Mirror, Piers Morgan, admitted in his rather brilliant book on the media - The Insider - that he was aware of pin code hacking at the height of the practice back in 2005, explaining how to do it in great detail to his then dinner guests. We presume he meant at his paper. Somehow his high powered lawyers have done a John Terry and kept him clean but clearly all the tabloids were at it and the government too scared to take them to task in fear of retribution through sordid revelation. I'm not surprised the hacks did it as it was ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/04/09, updated on 13/04/09 (Very useful, 43 readings)
Living abroad, the papers tend to be a bit dear and it's really not worth forking out on them unless you are seriously bored or have a large journey ahead of you. For that reason, I only buy 1 or two a year. I usually use BBC (either website or television) to get my news, I do ocassionally sift through links of other news websites though. Mirror.co.uk occasionally has interesting sports articles but on large is filled with celeb gossip, paparazzi photos, agony aunt (Dr. Mirriam Stoppard) columns and the usual rubbish. A relatively new addition to the site is links to numerous blogs on the right, all of which are generally on the poor side. Any ... Read the complete review