I'm sure that some readers of this blog will be aware by now that there is a big splash in today's "Daily Mail" about the death of Dr David Kelly. Thanks to the enterprise of journalist Miles Goslett this is a meaty article and is headed by a new to the general public piece of information about a helicopter flight in the mid morning of 18th July including a five minute duration landing at Harrowdown Hill. More thoughts on this in another post perhaps.
Here is the link to the article http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1386967/Mystery-helicopter-landed-scene-Dr-Kellys-death-body-found.html. There's also an editorial resulting from the story: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/debate/article-1386920/DAILY-MAIL-COMMENT-Doubts-Dr-Kelly-wont-away.html.
Unusually for me I bought the paper itself today and was very pleased to see that Page 5 was devoted to the Kelly story. I believe that pages 3 and 5 in a newspaper are highly prized by journalists: as you flick through the paper these are the two pages that your eye tends to alight on first. It demonstrates I think the degree of importance attached to the article by the "Daily Mail" to have used page 5 in this instance.
The "Ten Unanswered Questions" were very diverse and sufficiently compact to attract the reader. All in all a very good presentation.