How Many Newspapers Are There in Britain?


The newspapers in Britain are about nine. Of the nine newspapers four are nationwide quality papers: “The Times”, “The Daily Telegraph”, “The Guardian” and “The Independent”. The other five; “The Daily Mail”, “The Daily Mirror”, “The Sun”, “The Daily Express” and “The Daily Star” are usually considered to be “populars”.
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