When I saw this URL
I thought - at last! The Mail are going to apologise for Femail, hating women, slagging off women for being too fat/thin depending on how they're feeling this particular minute, employing Liz Jones to represent their gender, etc.
But no, sadly not. Instead of the long-overdue mea culpa from Mail Towers it's a bit of an oopsy after the Fail royally fucked up a story about adoption.
Katharine Parker, Thelma Davis, Lisa Beard-Rogers and Edwina Langley complained that the article – published in the Femail section of the paper on 5 November 2008 under the headline "How women are so afraid of losing their careers or their figures they're choosing adoption over childbirth" – misrepresented their motives for choosing adoption.
All four women said they had different reasons for choosing adoption, ranging from infertility issues to a concern to help children from difficult backgrounds.
So essentially the Mail began with a premise for a story and then tried to hammer these people's stories into the cookie cutter. And then bleated a tiny fart of an apology through the PCC when challenged about it, getting away almost completely free.