How much is the 2020 Daily Mirror?
The Daily Mirror will increase by 5p to 85p and the Daily Mirror Scotland will increase 5p to 90p.
What is the cost of the Daily Mirror on a Saturday?
The publisher has confirmed that from this weekend, the Saturday edition of the Daily Mirror will cost 10p more, priced at £1 and the weekday edition will rise by 5p to 65p, while in Scotland it will cost 70p. According to a spokesperson, the decision is part of Trinity Mirrors periodical review.
How much does the Sunday Mirror cost?
The Sunday MIrror and Sunday People are raising their cover price by 10p to £1.10. The Sunday MIrror and Sunday People are raising their cover price by 10p to £1.10.
When did the Daily Mirror go up in price?
On 1 February, the Mirror weekday editions rose 5p to 90p in England, Wales and Northern Ireland (EWNI), and 95p in Scotland. The titles 20% margin was maintained, equating to 18p and 19p respective margins on copies sold – a 1p increase.
How much does a newspaper cost in 2020?
Buying power of $8 since 1997YearUSD ValueInflation Rate2018$14.103.09%2019$15.046.63%2020$15.865.49%2021$16.493.95%*21 more rows
How much does the times cost on Saturday?
The Times, which is owned by News UK, has taken the decision to hold the price of the Saturday edition, which is £1.50, and the Sunday Times at £2.50.
Is the Sunday People still printed?
It is now published by Reach plc, and shares a website with the Mirror papers. In July 2011, when it benefited from the closure of the News of the World, it had an average Sunday circulation of 806,544. By December 2016 the circulation had shrunk to 239,364 and by August 2020 to 125,216.
Is the Daily Mirror a conservative newspaper?
The Mirror has consistently supported the Labour Party since the 1945 general election. As a result, the Tories were re-elected for a third successive term, although Labour did cut the Tory majority slightly. For the 1992 general election, the Daily Mirror continued to support Labour, still led by Neil Kinnock.
Which daily UK newspaper has the largest paid for circulation?
The Daily Mail The Daily Mail has the largest paid-for circulation among the titles audited by ABC at more than 933,000. Its sister title the Mail on Sunday is behind on a little over 813,000 copies.
What political party does the Times support?
The TimesFront-page of The Times from 19 October 2015Founded1 January 1785 (as The Daily Universal Register)Political alignmentConservative Party New Labour (2001–2010)HeadquartersThe News Building, London 1 London Bridge Place, SE1 9GFCountryUnited Kingdom10 more rows
Is the Labour Party left or right?
Labours status as a socialist party has been disputed by those who do not see the party as being part of the Left, although the general consensus is that Labour are a left-wing political party.
What is the most read newspaper in the world?
The Top Ten: Top Daily Newspapers in the WorldRankNewspaper (Country)Circulation1.Yomiuri Shimbun (Japan)9,101,0002.Asahi Shimbun (Japan)6,622,0003.USA Today (USA)4,139,0004.Dainik Bhaskar (India)3,818,0006 more rows•16 Apr 2020
What is Britains most read newspaper?
The Sun The leading newspaper in terms of overall reach in the United Kingdom from April 2019 to March 2020 was The Sun. The tabloid newspaper, which has been embroiled in numerous controversies over the years, had a combined reach from its print editions and website of just over 38 million from April 2019 to March 2020.