An Easter appeal by foodbank charity The Trussell Trust has raised more than £50,000 - after an article criticising the charity appeared in the Mail on Sunday.
Donations poured into the Help Crack UK Hunger campaign's Just Giving page, after the Sunday title claimed foodbanks were giving out parcels of food without proper checks and people were abusing the system.
At the time of writing, the total raised through Just Giving stands at £50,567 after 4,294 donations. Roughly £48,000 was donated online after the article was published.
Labour says it has received a letter from Daily Mail group chairman Lord Rothermere that repeats the Mail on Sunday apology, but he says he does not believe it reflected the culture and practices at the papers.
It does not deal with the Ralph Miliband article.
A Marks and Spencer spokesperson said that it would be "inappropriate to comment" on the Daily Mail or the Mail on Sunday's editorial content and that the company had no plans to change their advertising.
This comes as Labour activists have called on advertisers to withdraw their support for the papers over the article on Ed Miliaband's father Ralph and a Mail on Sunday journalist gaining entry to a private memorial for Mr Miliband's uncle.
Alex Spence, Media Editor at the Times has tweeted to say that the office of Lord Rothermere, chairman of the Daily Mail group, has told him that the matter of a Mail on Sunday journalist attending a private memorial for Ed Miliband's uncle is 'under review':
Former Labour MP David Miliband has tweeted saying it is "unbelievable" that a Mail on Sunday journalist attended a private memorial for his uncle Harry.
The paper has apologised to his brother and Labour leader Ed Miliband.
Read the Mail on Sunday apology here.
The Press Complaints Commission said it is "deeply concerned" about the Mail on Sunday's actions.
The PCC said it will follow the matter closely and deal with the complaint if the Miliband family make one.
The editor of the Mail on Sunday, Geordie Greig has "unreservedly" apologised to Labour leader Ed Miliband after a reporter from his newspaper snuck into a private family memorial service.
Mr Greig said the two journalists had been suspended, and an investigation is underway.
Labour sources say the apology from the Mail on Sunday is an important step but is not sufficient.
They want an expression of regret from the Mail and an investigation into culture and practices.
I understand that the Mail on Sunday will apologise to Ed Miliband.
Lord Rothermere will be writing to him. The editor will be calling him, and staff suspended.