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|image_caption=The cover of UK's ''[[Daily Express]]'' from 23 July, 2005, which was full of [[enemy images]] after the [[2005 London bombings]]. The "[[terrorist]]" referred to was [[Jean Charles de Menezes]], who was killed by the [[Metropolitan Police]] the day before.]]
|image_caption=The cover of the ''Daily Express'' responded to the [[2005 London bombings]] with a lot of [[enemy images]]. The "[[terrorist]]" referred to on this page was [[Jean Charles de Menezes]], an unarmed man whom the [[Metropolitan Police]] had shot and killed the day before.]]
|description=A UK newspaper
|description=A UK newspaper

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The cover of the Daily Express responded to the 2005 London bombings with a lot of enemy images. The "terrorist" referred to on this page was Jean Charles de Menezes, an unarmed man whom the Metropolitan Police had shot and killed the day before.]]
Founder(s)Arthur Pearson
Founded24 April 1900
A UK newspaper

The Daily Express is a UK daily newspaper which began in 1900.


A document sourced from Daily Express

TitleTypeSubject(s)Publication dateAuthor(s)Description
Document:Absolute folly for Britain to get involved in SyriaArticleNATO
1 March 2018Leo McKinstryTory MP Johnny Mercer, a former soldier, has demanded: “Britain must come to Syria’s aid” and condemned those who oppose “military intervention”.


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