Tabloid news magazine and site which caters to pop culture socialites in the UK. The content consists of hyperbolic and exaggerated tales of no real consequence, anecdotal stories you only care about when you're filling your toilet, and celebrity gossip that panders to those with a double-digit IQ. It's a safe site, but you may get dumber reading it. The only half-decent part is Page 3 (NSFW).
It appears that this rag prints completely fictitious stories in massive text on the very front page, then prints a tiny "correction and clarification" somewhere in the middle of the paper a few days later, and somehow gets away with it. For an example of a "correction" to a headline, see http://www.thedrum.com/news/2013/11/01/sun-admits-its-600000-benefit-tourists-story-was-false - now decide for yourself whether you feel this site is trustworthy.