This is a newspaper site that, while reporting on factual events, employs rumour and gossip to the point where quite a few articles are not factual but are severe editorial biased opinion pieces or "click-bait".
Some articles promote hate, discrimination against different groups of people based upon race or religious belief and social division. This is not an honest or legitimate source of factual news information.
There are also a lot of trackers and anti-advert blockers on this site.
This is a website and paper that can most charitably be described as far-right propaganda.
As a paper it regularly produces intentionally misleading or entirely falsified claims designed to attack specific ethnic or political groups, and regularly conducts campaigns of character assassination. During general elections it dominates its pages with pro-Tory, anti-Labour smears.
Most disturbingly the "paper" has also recently conducted hateful campaigns seeking to brand the judiciary as "enemies of the people", conducting character assassinations against specific judges on the basis of sexuality or views, and most recently has begun a witch-hunt against universities that may be educating students about the risks of the UK's withdrawal from the EU.
As a newspaper the Daily Mail has a sordid past of pro-Nazi and fascist rhetoric which continues to this day, and frequently has to be forced to retract anti-immigrant articles for major factual inaccuracies, but only after the intended damage has already been done.
This is not at all safe for children, as it promotes victim-blaming, smears and personal attacks based upon distortions of truth and outright lies on a daily basis.
In terms of computer safety this site is riddled with scripted additions with unknown ramifications for cross-site tracking and advertising.
Daily Mail is a British tabloid newspaper and is basically the British equivalent of Fox News. Their online presence is maintained through clickbait titles and sensationalised articles with a heavy right-wing political bias. The paper contains articles unsuitable for children.
Some of the articles provide biased 'research' which have very questionable data, inaccurate results and poor accountability for the utilization of the scientific method. Few, if any, of the claims on this site may be verified by a replication of the methods used to gather the data in a respectable, academic manner.
Not whatsoever reputable.