Habitual Editions of the Press in the United Kingdom
- National daily newspapers publish every day except on Sunday. There are 12 of them.
- There are also Sunday newspapers published only on Sundays. There are 11 of them.
- Sunday newspapers may be independent;
- Many daily newspapers now have Sunday stablemates, usually with a related name.
- Many cities and towns have regional newspapers often published daily.
Social Behaviour Related to Reading the Press
- People usually read their newspaper during breakfast, while drinking coffee, or in public transport on their way to work.
Establishments in which Newspapers can be bought
- People can buy newspapers from bookshops, department stores, newspaper shops (they are commonly called newsstands) or kiosks.
- All major newspapers have their online versions. Most of them are free but some of them require daily payments or longer subscriptions.
External link to Means of communication: Printed press exercises (536).
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