Not on Daily Mail web page for some reason
Congratulations to the Irish Daily Mail, who have put the other newspapers to shame, by their initial story and follow up coverage of the story of British collusion with acts of unionist paramilitary violence.
As the stories are not on the Daily Mail website and just so the rest of the media can see the story it is ignoring – here is the story as laid out in the Irish Daily Mail.
The Irish Independent put the story on page 17 on Thursday. While the Irish Times did a half page that day, it put the story in its ‘In Short’ column (plus a report of a speech in the Seanad) on Friday. On Saturday the Irish ‘newspaper of reference’ had nothing, apart from some letters from flabbergasted correspondents wondering why the media was not making more of this story of ‘international terrorism’.
(Wonder why the story is not on the Daily Mail website, though? The www.dailymail.ie webpage goes to www.dailymail.co.uk. It couldn't be that the typical Daily Mail reader in Britain might be put off by these stories, could it?)