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Blimeyhecks

'The Grauniad' (because of the amount of spelling errors it used to have in the pre-digital printing days) as it is readers fondly refer to it in the UK, is probably the best broadsheet we have. It is an excellent paper.

Fiz

To each their own! I prefer the Times, with the caveat that I wish to hell Murdoch had never got control of it.

Blimeyhecks

Well I'm a bit of a woolly liberal, so The Guardian suits me. I don't mind The Sunday Times, but I have to have The Observer as well.

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