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Which one is better?
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The Independent.
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The Times
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The Guardian/Observer
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The Times
It has the world's greatest *****y columnist (Andrew Pierce, whose column is rather boring, but in person he's more *****y than 100 actresses)
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Defintely not the Torygraph!
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My geography teacher used to photocopy articles from it to try and persuade me over to the right wing
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i prefer to read the sunday times...but during the week i get either the guardian or the independant
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The Herald beats them all imo
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I'm half and half! I get them both everyday and have made the conclusion that when something awful happends get the telegraph becasue they make it so more vivid and gorey!

However - T2 and The Sunday Times win it for me.
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Which one is better?
Bit of a silly question isn't it?
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Bit of a silly question isn't it?
hehe sure is Pete
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The Telegraph is the most popular broadsheet in the UK.
Personnally I prefer the Daily Telegraph than The Times but prefer The Sunday Times to the Sunday Telegraph.

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hehe sure is Pete
Possible new thread in a similar vein as this one: "Catholicism vs. Towels - The ultimate discussion"

In fact, I'm making it now. It should be mod-fodder within seconds...
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Which one is better?
They are incomparable.Obviously, "The Times".
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Which one is better?
Neither, the guardian is the best paper IMO.
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I just buy the Times on a tuesday for it's law supplement. The sports section is fantastically written and is far better than any other newspaper. Although I do like the Guardian.
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I just buy the Times on a tuesday for it's law supplement. The sports section is fantastically written and is far better than any other newspaper. Although I do like the Guardian.
I get the times educational suppliment, but that is because my father is a teacher.
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The Tory-graph, definitely; the sooner we revert back to the days of thatcherism, the sooner I can afford my yacht in Monte Carlo.
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Times all the way!
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