Daily Mail columnists are always a topic of conversation. They always have something trenchant and/or pertinent to say and it's not necessarily to everyone's taste. But it is always thought-provoking and in line with the paper's world view, they do not shy away from asking the tough questions.
The master of controversy and plain-speaking, Richard Littlejohn, was given the Poison Pen Award for Polemicist of the Year at the Editorial Intelligence Comment Awards. He continues to entertain with his spiky and witty commentary.
Parliamentary correspondent Quentin Letts was described at the British Press Awards as 'simply the best wordsmith in British journalism' who was 'not just funny' but also 'painfully sharp', providing 'penetrating analysis of the principles, nature and performance' of politicians.
Jan Moir whipped up a storm recently with a contentious piece on the death of a celebrity. Whether you agree with her or not, she cannot be ignored: similarly, Sandra Parsons always has an interesting take on the week's stories and diarist Richard Kay keeps readers up-to-date with the goings-on in the worlds of showbiz and VIPs.
Plus writers as diverse as Max Hastings, Craig Brown, Janet Street-Porter and Liz Jones are all regular contributors.
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