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Which newspaper do you read most regularly? watch

  • View Poll Results: Which newspaper do you read most regularly
    Financial Times
    4.07%
    The Guardian
    34.15%
    The Independent
    13.01%
    The Times
    31.71%
    The Daily Star
    0.81%
    The Daily Mail
    8.13%
    The Daily Express
    0.81%
    The News of Teh World
    0.81%
    The Sun
    6.50%
    The Flame
    0
    0%
    The Asian Age
    0
    0%
    El Pais
    0
    0%

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    Well, I like it. Might be more to do with the stuff that comes with it though - I love the mediaguardian section and G2 :yep:
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    I read The Times and The Derby Evening Telegraph every day online.
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    Read The Times instead.
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    (Original post by 35mm_)
    Funny, I'd say the same about you, evaluating the recent trash you've been spreading around the forum.
    So you're the fountain of all knowledge and everyone who disagrees with you is "trash"? I see the crackpot brigade have infiltrated TSR again. "Viva la revolucion, workaz ov da world uniet; proeLetairIat rearm 4 da biig push agaeinZst Satanic conservatism" :rolleyes:
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    The guardian and the local paper if I read any.
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    (Original post by Nouvelle vague)
    Depends if you're a lefty or righty really.
    Lefty or Righty in a social sense or in an economic sense?

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    The Times and local paper now and then.
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    It's one of the better papers out there.
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    i read the metro everyday on the train
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    The Asian Age????

    Is that fo' real?
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    I very rarely read a newspaper at all.

    If I do it tends to be the Local paper so I can find out whos been stabbed/killed themself/been burgled or which OAP has turned 100 this week. Its all very exciting.
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    Times > Guardian.
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    Hardly ever but if i do its The sun, got the sports at the back and some pretty funny banter to talk about with mates.
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    I've always found it to be centre-left leaning but relatively unbiased and fact-based compared to the other papers.
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    THE SAME PAPER I READ WHEN THIS QUESTION WAS ASKED IN JAN FEB MAR APR MAY JUNE 2009.
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    who reads newspapers anymore?
    they are rendered useless by the internet
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    Do you reckon most people read the papers online nowadays?

    I have a year-long subscription to the Financial Times which is delivered to my doorstep every morning but I usually read El Guardian online for the most part (never go out of my way to purchase it).

    What about you?

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    (Original post by Skadoosh)
    The Asian Age????

    Is that fo' real?
    fo' sho'.

    Yes it is - I think it's quite a widely sold newspaper.

    squish.
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    (Original post by Lefty Leo)
    Well, as far as newspapers go it is generally factually accurate.
    How do you know?
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    (Original post by vas876)
    Harsh much?
    Not really. If you'd seen some of the crap he says you'd agree. I know the word gets bandied around an awful lot, but he's a thinly veiled fascist.
 
 
 
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