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Today’s article about the Mail on Sunday investigation into the origins of the ‘feminist’ t-shirts has prompted strong reactions.

This raises an interesting question: Why do people read that MoS, and its stablemate the Daily Mail, at all?

Is it the current version of what The Sun was, back in the 1980s, when an estimated 60 per cent of readers picked it up only in order to disagree violently with its politics?

Or what? One answer I’ve added refers to the controversy over the Mail website’s addiction to publishing photos of semi-naked women down the right-hand sidebar.

If you think I should include a different answer, send it here in a comment and I’ll see if I can modify the poll.

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