THE age at which people can buy the Daily Mail will rise by a year every year under a Labour government until its readership is phased out entirely.
Currently there are no age restrictions on the newspaper, even though it has long been evident how damaging it is to society and to young developing minds who only wanted to read about Molly-Mae Hague.
Labour’s plan means that from next year only those 18 or over would be allowed to read the Mail so its poison would never be allowed to spread to another generation.
Shadow home secretary Yvette Cooper said: “We cannot take the Mail away from older readers. They are hopelessly addicted. Removing their fount of vindictive hatred would only hurt them.
“But we can stop our young people suffering the ill heath of high blood pressure, permanently-engorged red faces and heart murmurs whenever they imagine boats full of Albanian gangsters invading our shores.
“By curtailing access to the newspaper in a staged, progressive manner, future generations will end up happier, healthier and with the ability to make reasoned and rational decisions.”
Daily Mail subscriber Norman Steele said: “It’s a triumph of wokery over common bloody sense and I should be against it. But I don’t believe young people should be allowed anything at all, so I’m not.”