You can contact the Daily Mail via their parent company’s head office switchboard: 0843 504 0513 / 020 7938 6000. This is the number for Associated Newspapers Ltd which owns the MailOnline, the Daily Mail and the Mail on Sunday.
The Daily Mail is the UK’s second most popular daily tabloid newspaper after The Sun. Its stance on both economic and social issues tend towards right-wing conservatism.
With a varied history spanning over a century, the Daily Mail is strongly popular across the UK. Its present readers are diverse: it is read widely by women across all age groups, and has adopted its output and staff to cater to perceived feminine desires. As such the paper publishes much lifestyle, fashion and columnist content aimed at satisfying this demographic.
Under the command of its editor Paul Dacre, the Daily Mail’s place as an enduringly popular daily publication is firm in spite of a general shrink in the newspaper market.
Contact the Daily Mail
Contact the Daily Mail on the Head Office phone number of their parent company (Associated Newspapers Ltd) – 0843 504 0513 / 020 7938 6000.
Alternatively, feel free to send a letter the old-fashioned way, by posting it to:
2 Derry Street,
Phone: 020 7740 0200
Call this number for availability and costs of back copies (a small extra charge applies). Lines are open 9.30am to 5pm, Monday to Friday.
Phone: 0808 272 0808 (freephone from UK landlines, chargeable from mobiles)
Display advertising: 0843 504 0513 / 020 7938 6000
Classified advertising: 020 7937 5656
News and features: 0843 504 0513 / 020 7938 6000 / email@example.com
Editor: firstname.lastname@example.org – send letters to the Editor at this email address
Corrections: email@example.com – email this address to report concerns over accuracy