Not heard any news on how good or bad the sales were.
Personally I hope it is a flop we need something to take the smile of R/Ms face.
I think he takes it as a bit of a joke the way he has treated members of the public and is all smiles as the new Sunday paper rolls out.
I don't think he has anything to smile about and I for one would never buy it.
That is only my views no doubt there are others that think another Sunday paper is needed and why not the Sun.
It made me think though, when was the last time I bought a newspaper? Turns out it was in 1977 when I was doing my engineering apprenticeship. It was habitually bought at Lisburn railway station, along with a mint Aero and a bottle of Lucozade, the time that particular drink (most drinks now that I think about it) was sold in a glass bottle. All three helped to pass the time on the train journey home. I realised that I enjoyed the rubbish I was eating so much more that the rubbish I was reading that on my next journey home I replaced the newspaper with a toffee crisp and that was the last time I ogled page 3. I think I'm too old now to start reading the Sun again, but thanks Murdock for reminding me of those good old days.