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Which newspaper do you read and why


bumpkin

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I would like to know which newspapers other members read. I buy the Daily Mail but it is all doom and gloom. Aside from that it seems to be getting more like the Sun if you consider that to be a newspaper.

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bumpkin

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From your comments it would seem that many of us prefer other media.

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bremner

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If the drop between 2011-2012 in these stats Guardian continues then the future looks bleak for some papers.

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bumpkin

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Never heard of "i" can someone enlighten me please. Is this something new.

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bumpkin

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Is this the Independent renamed?

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Woolwell

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The i is a cheap concise version of the Independent BBC News 2010

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john bunyan

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I (like many of my age group) read the Daily Mail (mainly for puzzles and health articles) - very different from on line version. I read the Sunday Times on Sundays.Please don't mock!!

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bumpkin

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Why should I mock, as I said I read the Mail and also like the puzzles.

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VCR97

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Buxton Advertiser. No point in spending on nationals.

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john bunyan

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fm. Thanks for the link. I know many despise the Mail but I admit to reading it.

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interzone55

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I have a newspaper app on my tablet that picks of feeds from just about everything except The Times, so I pick up bits and pieces from all over.

For proper reading I like the Guardian in the week, so will read more in-depth on their web page. If I'm off work and have time I'll buy a Guardian to read in the pub over lunch.

At weekends I usually by the Times & Sunday Times, I used to read the Observer but it's very low on content.

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