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    Newspapers in Britain

    The British people are great readers of newspapers. There are few homes to which at least one paper is not delivered every morning. Many households have two, or even three newspapers every day. As in other countries, newspapers in Great Britain differ greatly in their ways of presenting the news. There are serious papers for those who want to know about important happenings everywhere. There are popular newspapers for those who prefer entertainment to information. There are newspapers whose pages are largely filled with news of sport and with stories of film stars, or accounts of crime and of law court trials. The London newspapers that is best known outside Britain is probably The Times. It began in 1785. The correspondence columns of The Times are interesting and often amusing. Most of the letters are on serious objects, but from time to time there will be a long correspondence on a subject that is not at all serious, perhaps on a new fashion of dress, or the bad manners of the younger generation compared with the manners of thirty years ago. The Times, of course, does not publish the strip cartoons that are so common in the cheaper and popular papers. It does, however, publish a cross-word puzzle every day, with clues that are both clever and amusing. The Sunday papers are not Sunday editions of the daily papers, even if as is sometimes the case, the owners are the same. Two of them, The Observer and The Sunday Times, have a high standing. The Sunday Times has no connection with the daily paper called The Times. The Observer, started in 1791, is the oldest Sunday paper in Britain. These papers provide, in addition to the news, interesting articles on music, drama, the cinema, newly published books, and gardening. Many of the best critics write for these two papers. (From Oxford Progressive English for Adult Learners by Hornby)

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