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Are we ready for another Sunday paper?

The News of the World could have survived hacking celebrities’ phones. Unethical, certainly. But the rich and famous having their privacy violated would not have toppled Britain’s biggest-selling newspaper.

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Red white and blue, so, commenting on an article about the Sun on Sunday, you were not talking about the actual topic. Okay..... So which paper were you thinking of then?

Posted by Me on 28 February 2012 at 20:43

me,if you read my post ,you will see no mention of the sun,get your facts right.

Posted by red white and blue on 28 February 2012 at 19:01

Red white and blue, it's more important than which political party you follow, it's down to moral decency, giving money for a copy of The Sun shows you don't care about what goes on behind the scenes in a newspaper as long as you get the trash on someone. This country would be better off without such styles of journalism and I won't be buying the papers to fund it.

Posted by Me on 28 February 2012 at 06:53

Anyone who thinks that News International publications were the only journals using hacked and illegally paid for information is either very naive or deluded. As for the Hillsborough coverage, many families complained of personal articles and items of value having gone missing from their unfortunate loved ones which were never recovered and are still unexplained to this day.

Posted by Craig on 27 February 2012 at 14:35

so now we have socialists trying to tell me what papers to read,i,ll read what i like,its a freecountry,well at least for some people.

Posted by red white and blue on 27 February 2012 at 12:50

It was well worth the 50p if only for the sports section. There are a lot of over priced papers on sale on Sundays, The Sun makes a refreshing change.

Posted by Ian on 27 February 2012 at 10:14

Anyone who buys this paper is a short memory,ignorant fool,this is the paper that blamed liverpool fans for "killing" supporters at hillsborough,phone hacked dead peoples phones and hundreds of others so you could have somthing to read,if you bought it you are as bad as the people who committed these "crimes",shame on you!.

Posted by James O on 27 February 2012 at 07:43

The question is 'Are we ready for another Sunday paper?' The public bought almost 2 million copies yesterday so there lies your answer.

Posted by Craig on 27 February 2012 at 07:07

@ Bill are for real the sun reported that Liverpool fans robbed there own urinated on there own THAT is why ths sun is not sold in liverpool or bought by any true liverpool fan. "pushing" you obviously have not read the report, wasnt it the police that opened the gates and forced fans in.

Posted by david m on 26 February 2012 at 20:14

David M, if you have a problem, maybe you should have a go at those fans who pushed their way into the stadium causing the problem.

Of course, scousers in their usual displays of victimhood and self pity intentionally misrepresent this view.

Nobody in any newspaper or sensible person believes that those that were injured or killed at the stadium where in anyway responsible to what happened to themselves.

It wasnt 'fans' it was the fans outside pushing in.

You cant reason with a scouser though, so largely best just to avoid the conversation.

Posted by Bill on 26 February 2012 at 11:57

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