Its surprising how much you can accomplish if you don't care who gets the credit
For anyone in the print media industry, it's good to be seen as "Required Reading."
A good motto for the Daily Mail, HERE, is "Required: Rehab."
How about using a spell checker, and how about an attitude adjustment?
See below to see yet another example of poor quality journalism, becoming more and more (all too) common in the Mainstream Media, most of which is anti-Republican, anti-POTUS, and, sometimes, even anti-American.
Maybe, hopefully, by the time you're reading this, the article is fixed?
Yes, this is based in the UK, so there's that.
Maybe, a case of (ongoing) "Obsessive Compulsive Disorder" and "Separation Anxiety?"
A passage in the caption for the above photo, "Alles is pictured in the Oval Office with the president in April 2018; he fired Alles less than a day afte rdhowing Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen out the door" should be ""Alles is pictured in the Oval Office with the president in April 2018; he fired Alles less than a day after showing Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen out the door." (Emphasis added.)
Yes, those are technical errors, but for a major Mainstream Media publication like the Daily Mail to miss them?
You are right of course -- the Daily Mail should require spell checking and grammar checks. The editorial staff should take their roles seriously.