A new article has been published in the popular British tabloid newspaper, the Daily Mail.
The story in question is an account of a man in England who was born in the US and raised in a UK, and then became a US citizen.
It has since become the subject of a major debate on whether the US has a duty to allow US citizens to acquire US citizenship.
This article in the Daily Express, has sparked a lively debate on social media, with some calling it “candy making history” and others asking if it was an “error” by the Daily Mirror.
In a press release issued to the media, the newspaper has defended its decision to publish the article, stating that the DailyMail was the first British tabloid to publish it.
It says the story is an interesting one which “has provoked an extraordinary amount of debate, with people coming together in support of one or the other side.”
The newspaper says the article was published after an invitation to a local news conference was presented to a friend of the author, who said he would like to be able to make his own candy, and to ask questions.
According to the Daily Telegraph, the author of the article says he was asked to participate by his friend because he was “really, really tired” of the idea of giving up US citizenship, and he was unable to take part in a press conference without being asked by the journalist who asked him to participate.
The Daily Mail also said the author was asked by an interviewer to “explain why he chose to become a US American citizen,” and that the article is not “anti-American”.
The newspaper has also clarified that it did not intend to use the name “Candy Making History” in its article.
A spokesperson for the Daily News told CNN that the publication had not made any such request to the author and that they had not written to the British newspaper, and the editor of the Daily Paper did not know about it.
“It is the newspaper’s position that the name ‘Candy making History’ is inappropriate,” the spokesperson said in a statement.
“The article does not criticise anyone who makes their own candy.”
“The name ‘Hi Cherry’ is not an offensive name and it is not a slur or any other type of abuse.”
In a statement, the American Embassy in London told CNN: “The Daily Mirror’s story in the Express article about the author is an inaccurate, offensive, false and insulting description of the man, and it does not reflect the views of the American embassy in London.”
The embassy also noted that it had not received a complaint about the story.
“The Daily Express article has received very little coverage, including from the Daily Star,” the statement said.
“We look forward to publishing an updated version of the story later this month.”
The article has prompted an online backlash, with many users calling the Daily Beast article “anti American”.
“I feel bad for the man and the family that had to be raised in America, but this article is totally anti American,” one user wrote.
“I have no idea what he was trying to achieve by being US, but if I had known about it then I would have never been born in this country,” another user added.
“To call this article anti American is the height of stupidity.”