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Posts from the ‘National – mid-market’ category

Sandwiched between the quality papers and the mass market “red-tops” come the mid-market papers, with pretensions to hard news coverage but with nearly as much entertainment as their more downmarket rivals.

Daily Express

Right-of-centre, middle-market daily tabloid – very similar in style, tone and format to its great rival, the Daily Mail


The UK’s first urban national newspaper, first launched in the London area in 1999 and now distributed in several British towns and cities

Morning Star

Historically the organ of the Communist Party of Great Britain but broke with it in 1988

Sunday Express

Just like its weekday cousin – fundamentally conservative, aiming at a prosperous, none too serious readership