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Post  Panda on Wed 22 Feb - 16:23

And not a photo of the McCanns in sight.......

The Sun next Sunday

A historic announcement
from Britain’s most popular paper


Last Updated: 22nd February 2012
THE Sun on Sunday has arrived.


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Next weekend will see the birth of the first ever Sunday edition of your favourite paper.
Rupert Murdoch announced last week that The Sun on Sunday would be coming "very soon". Now that momentous new dawn is here.
From today your favourite paper will be available seven days a week, making every day a Sun day.
Reserve your copy by printing off the form here.
Forty-three years ago when Rupert Murdoch first launched a new-look Sun, we promised that YOU, our readers, would be at the heart of all we do.

HAVE you got a story for The Sun on Sunday? Call The Sun newsdesk on 020 7782 4100

Giving our readers what they want has remained our mantra — and that is why you have made us the most popular paper in the English language.

First dawn ... Rupert Murdoch sees a copy of The Sun come off the presses in 1969Now we are answering your clamour for a Sunday edition of the nation's favourite paper.
You told us it could not come soon enough, and next weekend the historic new edition of The Sun will rise.

Sun front pages ... including our first from 1969, leftBack in our very first issue on November 17, 1969, we promised to be a "young, new, virile, campaigning newspaper".
That is exactly what the Sun on Sunday will be too.

Famous ... classic Sun headlines from over the yearsJust as we promised when The Sun first rose in 1969, the new edition will not be produced for pundits or for politicians, of whatever shade. It will be produced for you.
Rupert Murdoch said last week: "We will build on The Sun's proud heritage by launching The Sun on Sunday." He added: "I am even more determined to see The Sun continue to fight for its readers and its beliefs."

Historic ... front pages that captured moments in timeIt is news, we are sure, that will thrill you, our loyal army of readers.
Following Rupert Murdoch's announcement, Mary Lou Windsor from Mansfield, Notts, wrote to tell us: "The news of The Sun on Sunday launch has made my day — no, correction — it's made my year!

Iconic ... Sun front pages"Good luck to you all. Nobody does it better than The Sun's dedicated, hard-working professionals. I'll drink a toast to the birth."
Michael O'Mahoney, from Whittlesey, Cambs, wrote: "I and millions of other readers wish this venture all the best. I hope it will keep fighting for free speech and the truth."
Duncan Sabiston, of Didcot, Oxfordshire, said: "We can now look forward to waking up on a Sunday with our favourite paper. Bring on breakfast in bed!"
When asked about the launch, Labour leader Ed Miliband said: "It's fine, he's entitled to launch a Sunday newspaper."
News International CEO Tom Mockridge told staff last night.
He said: "This is our moment. I am sure every one of us will seize the opportunity to pull together and deliver a great new dawn for The Sun this Sunday."
Sun Editor Dominic Mohan said: "This is a truly historic moment in newspaper publishing and I am proud to be part of it. The Sun's future can now be reshaped as a unique seven-day proposition in both print and digital. Our readers' reaction to the announcement of a seventh-day Sun has been huge and we won't let them down."

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Re: Sun on Sunday

Post  Lillyofthevalley on Wed 22 Feb - 19:13

Just found this poll, doesn't look good for "The Sun on Sunday".... Sun!

msn news poll.

Will you be buying a copy of the new Sun on Sunday newspaper this weekend?

8 % ......Yes, and I'll be buying it every Sunday from now on
830 votes

8 % .....Yes, but I'm not sure I'll buy it regularly
892 votes

12 % ....No, but I might browse a copy if I see it on sale
1,309 votes

72 %..... NO Definitely not, and I never will..........
7,843 votes
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Re: Sun on Sunday

Post  Panda on Wed 22 Feb - 22:27

Hi Lilyofthevalley,

Murdoch forgets he was responsible for the closure of the NOTW the oldest and most loved Sunday Paper and that now the Sun, the most popular Daily
is also contaminated . What's the betting the Sun closes down !!
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