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The UK National Press Today
The UK national press today

We have in Britain the greatest variety of newspapers of any nation in the world, and that is particularly true of our national press. But what do we mean by ‘national press? In these days of devolved government, the Scotsman or Herald may see themselves as the national newspapers of Scotland, and the Western Mail has claimed to be the national paper of Wales. Therefore, to define the national press as those newspapers published in London and readily available across the UK could be seen as provocative; however, it remains a useful and commonly accepted description, and will be used throughout this book.

The fact that we have a thriving national press is due to several factors. ...

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