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  • Aeon (digital magazine) - "Since September 2012, Aeon has been publishing some of the most profound and provocative thinking on the web. It asks the biggest questions and finds the freshest, most original answers, provided by world-leading authorities on science, philosophy and society."
  • Antiquity - since 1927. Academic journal dedicated to the subject of archaeology. It publishes four editions a year, covering topics worldwide from all periods.
  • Apollo - since 1925. "The International Art Magazine." Widely respected English-language monthly magazine covering visual arts of all periods, from antiquity to the present day.
  • ART REVIEW - since 1949. International contemporary art magazine based in London.
  • ASHARQ ALAWSAT - "The leading Arabic International Daily" (English). Founded 1978.
  • Athenaeum - literary magazine published in London, England from 1828 to 1921. It had a reputation for publishing the best writers of the age.
  • AUTOCAR - since 1895. Weekly British automobile magazine. "The World's oldest car magazine."
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  • BANG SHOWBIZ
  • BBC HOMEPAGE
  • BBC NEWS
  • BBC NEWS - business.
  • BELFAST TELEGRAPH
  • BIOLOGY LETTERS - publishes short, highly-innovative, cutting-edge research articles and opinion pieces accessible to scientists from across the biological sciences.
  • Birmingham Journal - (1732-1741). The first newspaper known to have been published in Birmingham. Among its contributors was Samuel Johnson.
  • BMJ | BRITISH MEDICAL JOURNAL - since 1840. Weekly open-access peer-reviewed medical journal. It is one of the world's oldest general medical journals and has been described as among the most prestigious.
  • BRAIN - since 1878. Peer-reviewed scientific journal of neurology published by Oxford University Press.
  • British Archaeology Magazine - award-winning bi-monthly magazine is the authoritative, in-depth source of information and comment on what’s new, interesting and important in UK archaeology.
  • British Gazette - short-lived newspaper published by the Government during the General Strike of 1926.
  • BRITISH RECORD
  • BRITISH VOGUE
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  • Cambridge News - since 1888. Daily newspaper published each weekday and on Saturdays.
  • CLOSER - since 2005. Tabloid magazine. It mainly specialises in celebrity news and gossip, real life stories, fashion and television/entertainment.
  • COMPUTERWORLD
  • Continental & Overseas Daily Mail - two foreign editions of Daily Mail were begun in 1904 and 1905; the former titled the Overseas Daily Mail, covering the world, and the latter titled the Continental Daily Mail, covering Europe and North Africa.
  • Cornhill Magazine - (1860–1975). Was a Victorian magazine and literary journal.
  • Country Life - since 1897. "The Home of Premium Property". British weekly magazine. Much of its success has historically been built on its coverage of country houses, architecture and gardening. The first several dozen pages of each issue are devoted to colour advertisements for upmarket residential property, which are one of the best known attractions of the magazine, and popular with everyone from the super rich looking for a country house or estate to those who can only aspire to own such a property.
  • Coventry Telegraph - since 1891. Local tabloid newspaper.
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  • Daily Chronicle - newspaper that was published from 1872 to 1930 when it merged with the Daily News to become the News Chronicle.
  • DAILY EXPRESS - since 1900. Daily national middle market tabloid newspaper.
  • Daily Herald - daily newspaper, published in London from 1912 to 1964 (although it was weekly during the First World War). It underwent several changes of management before ceasing publication in 1964, when it was relaunched as The Sun, in its pre-Murdoch form.
  • DAILY Mail - since 1896. Daily middle-market tabloid newspaper.
  • DAILY MIRROR - "The intelligent tabloid." National daily tabloid newspaper founded in 1903.
  • DAILY Sketch - national tabloid newspaper, founded in Manchester in 1909. Ceased publication in 1971.
  • DAILY STAR
  • Dazed - (formerly Dazed & Confused) is a monthly British style magazine founded in 1991. It covers music, fashion, film, art, and literature.
  • DIGITAL SPY - since 1999. UK's largest independent entertainment website with news and features in entertainment areas such as showbiz, movies, music and television.
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  • E & T | ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY MAGAZINE - knowledge network.
  • EMEL - the muslim lifestyle magazine.
  • Encounter - was a literary magazine, founded in 1953 by poet Stephen Spender and journalist Irving Kristol. The magazine ceased publication in 1991. Published in the United Kingdom, it was a largely Anglo-American intellectual and cultural journal, originally associated with the anti-Stalinist left. The magazine received covert funding from the Central Intelligence Agency, after the CIA and MI6 discussed the founding of an "Anglo-American left-of-centre publication" intended to counter the idea of cold war neutralism.
  • ES MAGAZINE - dedicated to London glamour, fashion and beauty. Published every Friday it is available free with the London Evening Standard.
  • Estates Gazette - since 1858. Weekly business magazine published for the UK commercial property market. "Building on over 150 years of experience, Estates Gazette continues to deliver market-leading intelligence tools that enable our customers to make faster, better informed decisions and to win more business in the real estate market."
  • Euromoney - since 1969. English-language monthly magazine focused on business and finance. Covers global banking, macroeconomics and capital markets, including debt and equity and features comment, profiles and interviews with chief executives and senior figures in finance.
  • European Journal of Human Genetics - since 1993. Monthly peer-reviewed scientific journal published by the Nature Publishing Group on behalf of the European Society of Human Genetics.
  • EVE - (2000-2008). Was an illustrated magazine for women published in London.
  • Evening Chronicle - since 1858. Daily, evening newspaper produced in Newcastle upon Tyne, covering Tyne and Wear, southern Northumberland and northern County Durham.
  • Evening News - (1881-1980). Evening newspaper published in London from 1881 to 1980, reappearing briefly in 1987. For a long time it maintained the largest daily sale of any evening newspaper in London.
  • EXPRESS - "Home of the Daily and Sunday Express."
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  • FABULOUS MAGAZINE
  • Family Office Elite Magazine - "Well designed and visually stunning magazine and is the premier gateway to an exclusive and ultra-wealthy Family Office audience across all disciplines of the Global Family Office Community."
  • FEMALE FIRST - celebrity gossip magazine.
  • FINANCIAL TIMES - founded in 1888. International business newspaper. Its primary rival is New York City-based The Wall Street Journal. specialises in UK and international business and financial news. Printed as a broadsheet on light salmon paper, the FT is the only paper in the UK providing full daily reports on the London Stock Exchange and world markets.
  • FOCUS MAGAZINE
  • FOUR FOUR TWO - the shamelessly passionate football site. Latest football news, blogs & forums.
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  • GRAMOPHONE MAGAZINE
  • GRAZIA - "Fashion, Beauty Tips, & Women's Style."
  • GQ MAGAZINE
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  • Hansard - the traditional name of the transcripts of Parliamentary Debates in Britain and many Commonwealth countries. It is named after Thomas Curson Hansard (1776–1833), a London printer and publisher, who was the first official printer to the parliament at Westminster.
  • Harper’s Bazaar - since 1929.
  • HEAT MAGAZINE - latest celebrity gossip, news & celeb photos.
  • HELLO!
  • History Today - illustrated history magazine. Published monthly in London since January 1951, it aims to present serious and authoritative history to as wide a public as possible.
  • Horizon - "A Review of Literature and Art." Was an influential literary magazine published in London, UK, between 1940 and 1949. It was edited by Cyril Connolly, who made it into a platform for a wide range of distinguished and emerging writers.
  • Horse & Hound - since 1884. The oldest equestrian weekly magazine of the United Kingdom. The magazine contains horse industry news, reports from equestrian events, veterinary advice about caring for horses, and horses for sale. Fox hunting has always been an important topic for the magazine, as are the sports of eventing, dressage, show jumping, horse racing, showing, carriage driving and endurance riding.
  • HOUSE & GARDEN - focusses on interior design, entertaining, and gardening.
  • Hull Daily Mail - since 1985. It is the largest selling regional newspaper in Yorkshire.
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  • International Journal of Epidemiology - since 1972. Bimonthly peer-reviewed medical journal covering research in epidemiology.
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  • Journal of Archaeological Science - since 1974. Peer-reviewed academic journal that covers "the development and application of scientific techniques and methodologies to all areas of archaeology".
  • Journal of the National Cancer Institute - since 1940. Published twice per month by Oxford University Press.
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  • Kinematograph Weekly - popularly known as Kine Weekly, was a trade newspaper catering to the British film industry between 1889 and 1971.
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  • Lilliput - small-format monthly magazine of humour, short stories, photographs and the arts, founded in 1937.
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  • LiveLeak - since 2006. "Redefining the Media." UK-based video sharing website that lets users post and share videos.
  • LLOYD'S LIST - the leading maritime & transport news portal.
  • London Chronicle - (1757-1823). Was an early family newspaper of Georgian London. It appeared three times a week and contained world and national news, and coverage of artistic, literary, and theatrical events in the capital.
  • London Daily News - (1987).
  • London EVENING STANDARD - founded in 1827. Free daily newspaper, published Monday to Friday in tabloid format in London. It is the dominant regional evening paper for London and the surrounding area, with coverage of national and international news and City of London finance. In October 2009, the paper ended a 180-year history of paid circulation and became a free newspaper, doubling its circulation as part of a change in its business plan.
  • LONDON FREE PRESS
  • LONDON mercury - was the name of several periodicals published in London from the 17th to the 20th centuries.
  • London Review of Books - since 1979. Journal of literary and intellectual essays. Published fortnightly, it has the largest circulation of any literary magazine in Europe and is considered the leading journal edited by a woman in the Western world.
  • LOOK - since 2007. Glossy high street fashion and celebrity weekly magazine for young women.
  • LOVE MAGAZINE - "Fashion & Fame." Celeb gossip, recipes, fashion, beauty and real life stories!
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  • Macmillan's Magazine - monthly magazine from 1859 to 1907. The magazine was a literary periodical that published fiction and non-fiction works from primarily British authors.
  • Management Today - "It aims to help managers and business leaders succeed today, and keep succeeding tomorrow."
  • Manchester Evening News
  • Manchester Daily Express - considered the best of the three similar newspaper offices built for Beaverbrook Associated Newspapers Ltd.
  • Manchester Guardian - founded in 1821 and renamed in 1959.
  • Manchester Observer - (1818-1821).
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  • MAXIM
  • MEDICAL NEWS TODAY
  • Melton Times
  • Middle East Eye | MEE - since 2014. Online news portal covering events in the Middle East and which has been cited by major media publications.
  • MIRROR ONLINE - "The intelligent tabloid."
  • MOJO - the music magazine.
  • MONEY NEWS
  • MONEY WEEK
  • MONOCLE MAGAZINE - since 2007. A 10-times-a-year printed magazine. The magazine provides a globalist perspective on international affairs, business, culture, design and fashion. Described as a "meeting between Foreign Policy and Vanity Fair" and as "a lifestyle magazine for young, stylish, business-oriented jetsetters who receive free subscriptions".
  • Morning Advertiser - since 1794. Twice monthly pub trade publication with a circulation of 26,774.
  • MORNING STAR
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  • NATURE - since 1869. "International weekly journal of science." One of the world's most prestigious scientific journals, first published on 4 November 1869. It is the world's most cited interdisciplinary science journal.
  • Nature Communications - since 2010. Peer-reviewed open access scientific journal. It is multidisciplinary in scope, with coverage that includes all topics in physics, chemistry, Earth sciences, and biology.
  • Nature Geoscience - since 2008. Monthly peer-reviewed scientific journal published by the Nature Publishing Group.
  • Nature Materials - since 2002. Peer-reviewed scientific journal. Topics published in the journal are presented from the view of the impact that materials research has on other scientific disciplines such as (for example) physics, chemistry, and biology.
  • NEW SCIENTIST - founded in 1956. Weekly non-peer-reviewed English-language international science magazine covering recent developments in science and technology for a general audience. The magazine covers current developments, news, and commentary from the scientific community, including environmental issues such as climate change. It also prints speculative articles, ranging from the technical to the philosophical.
  • NEW STATESMAN - founded in 1913. British left-wing political and cultural magazine. The magazine is committed to "development, human rights and the environment, global issues the mainstream press often ignores".
  • News Chronicle - (1930-1960).
  • NEWS OF THE WORLD - (October 1, 1843 to July 10 2011). "The Best for News, Showbiz and Sport Exclusives." National red top newspaper published in the United Kingdom. It was at one time the biggest-selling English-language newspaper in the world, and at closure still had one of the highest English-language circulations.
  • NOW! - (1979-1981). News magazine founded by entrepreneur Sir James Goldsmith, partly as a vehicle for dissemination of his right-wing political opinions.
  • NOW MAGAZINE - since 1996. Weekly entertainment magazine.
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  • OK! MAGAZINE
  • Outlook MAGAZINE - (1898-1928). Was a British weekly periodical, sometimes described as a "review" and sometimes as a "political magazine".
  • Oxford Herald
  • Oxford Mail - since 1928. Daily tabloid newspaper in Oxford.
  • Oxford Review of Economic Policy - since 1985. Quarterly peer-reviewed academic journal of economics. Each issue concentrates on a current theme in economic policy, with a balance between macro- and microeconomics, and comprises an assessment and a number of articles.
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  • Pall Mall Budget - was a weekly magazine published in London from 1868 until 1920.
  • PALL MALL GAZETTE - (1865-1923). Was an evening newspaper.
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  • Picture Post - was a photojournalistic magazine published in the United Kingdom from 1938 to 1957. It is considered a pioneering example of photojournalism and was an immediate success, selling 1,700,000 copies a week after only two months. It has been called the UK's equivalent of Life magazine.
  • Plain English magazine
  • PRIVATE EYE - since 1961. Fortnightly British satirical and current affairs magazine.
  • Public Advertiser - London newspaper in the 18th century.
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  • Q MAGAZINE - since 1986. Popular music magazine published monthly in the United Kingdom.
  • Quarterly Journal of Economics - since 1886. Peer-reviewed academic journal published by the Oxford University Press. It is the oldest professional journal of economics in the English language, and covers all aspects of the field—from the journal's traditional emphasis on microtheory, to both empirical and theoretical macroeconomics.
  • Queen - magazine was a British society publication established by Samuel Beeton in 1861. From 1970 the new publication became known as Harper's & Queen until the name Queen was dropped from the masthead. It is now known as Harper's Bazaar.
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  • RACING POST - since 1986. Daily horse racing, greyhound racing and sports betting newspaper, appearing in print form and online.
  • Radio Times - since 1923. Weekly television and radio programme listings magazine. The world's first broadcast listings magazine.
  • Rebel - since 2009. Bi-annual fashion and lifestyle magazine, focusing on creative industries including designers, art, film and music.
  • REUTERS - founded 1851. Global news agency headquartered in London, United Kingdom owned by Thomson Reuters.
  • Richmond & Twickenham Times
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  • Saturday Review - (1855-1938). The Saturday Review of politics, literature, science, and art was a London weekly newspaper.
  • Scientific Reports - since 2011. Online open access scientific journal published by the Nature Publishing Group, covering all areas of the natural sciences.
  • SETANTA SPORTS - sports news.
  • SHORTLIST MAGAZINE - for men with more than one thing on their minds.
  • SHOTS.NET - "Launched in 1990, it is the world’s leading commercials title, providing ideas and inspiration for creatives internationally as well as being the foremost source of information for the industry."
  • Shropshire Star - "Midlands News."
  • SKY NEWS - first for breaking news.
  • Spear's - since 2006. "Multi-award-winning wealth management and luxury lifestyle media brand whose flagship magazine has become a must-read for the ultra-high-net- worth (UHNW) community. It is also required reading for the affluent financial services community, including the bankers, lawyers and family offices who advise the wealthy."
  • Sporting Life - was a British newspaper published from 1859 until 1998, best known for its coverage of horse racing.
  • St. James's Chronicle - (1761-1866).
  • St James's Gazette - London evening newspaper published from 1880 to 1905.
  • Standpoint - since 2008. Monthly British cultural and political magazine.
  • Sunday Dispatch - (1801-1961).
  • Sunday Express - since 1918. Piblished by the Daily Express.
  • Sunday Graphic - (1915-1960).
  • SUNDAY MIRROR - since 1963.
  • Sunday Pictorial - (1915-1963).
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  • TATLER - primary focus is on social trends of the upper class. Parties and society events are also portrayed. It also reports on luxury fashions and high-jewellery.
  • The Adventurer - (1752-1754). Was a London 18th century bi-weekly newspaper. Contributors included John Hawkesworth and Samuel Johnson.
  • The Anglo-Saxon Review - quarterly miscellany edited by Lady Randolph Churchill, and published in London by John Lane. It was short lived, running from June 1899 to September 1901.
  • The Annual Register - since 1758. (Originally subtitled "A View of the History, Politicks and Literature of the Year ...") is a long-established reference work, written and published each year, which records and analyses the year’s major events, developments and trends throughout the world.
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  • The Athenian Mercury - or The Athenian Gazette, or The Question Project, or The Casuistical Mercury, was a periodical written by The Athenian Society and published in London twice weekly between 17 March 1690 (i.e. 1691 Gregorian calendar) and 14 June 1697.
  • THE BANKER - "Global Financial Intelligence Since 1926." Monthly international financial affairs publication owned by The Financial Times Ltd. and edited in London.
  • The Bookman - monthly magazine published in London from 1891 until 1934. It was a catalogue of the current publications that also contained reviews, advertising and illustrations.
  • The Burlington Magazine - since 1903. "The world's leading monthly publication devoted to the fine and decorative arts." Monthly academic journal that covers the fine and decorative arts. Established in 1903, it is the longest running art journal in the English language.
  • The Calvert Journal - since 2013. "A guide to the new east." Guide to the contemporary culture of the new east: the post-Soviet world, the Balkans and the former socialist states of central and eastern Europe.
  • The Catholic Times - founded in 1860. Weekly broadsheet newspaper for Roman Catholics in Great Britain and Ireland.
  • The Countryman - founded in 1927. In the 1950s it described itself as "A quarterly non-party review and miscellany of rural life and work for the English-speaking world". Today its website says: "Countryman focuses on the rural issues of today, and tomorrow, as well as including features on the people, places, history and wildlife that make the British countryside so special."
  • The Daily News - (1846-1930).
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  • The Daily Sport - (1991-2011). Was a tabloid newspaper published in the United Kingdom by Daily Sport Ltd., which specialised in celebrity news and softcore pornographic stories and images.
  • THE DAILY TELEGRAPH - since 1855. Daily morning broadsheet newspaper, published in London and distributed throughout the United Kingdom and internationally.
  • The Ecologist - environmental journal, then magazine, that was published from 1970 to 2009.
  • THE ECONOMIST - since 1843. English-language weekly news and international affairs. The Economist claims that it "is not a chronicle of economics". Rather, it aims "to take part in a severe contest between intelligence, which presses forward, and an unworthy, timid ignorance obstructing our progress". It takes an editorial stance of classical and economic liberalism which is supportive of free trade, globalisation, free immigration and socially liberal causes (such as supporting legal recognition for same-sex marriage). It targets highly educated readers and claims an audience containing many influential executives and policy-makers.
  • The English Review - was a literary magazine published in London from 1908 to 1937. At its peak, the journal published some of the leading writers of its day.
  • The Evening News - (1881-1980). Evening newspaper published in London from 1881 to 1980, reappearing briefly in 1987. For a long time it maintained the largest daily sale of any evening newspaper in London.
  • The Examiner - (1808–86). Weekly paper. It consistently published leading writers of the day, including Lord Byron, Percy Bysshe Shelley, John Keats and William Hazlitt. For the first fifty years it was a leading intellectual journal expounding radical principles, but from 1865 it repeatedly changed hands and political allegiance, resulting in a rapid decline in readership and loss of purpose.
  • THE FACE - music, fashion and culture monthly magazine (1980-2004).
  • THE FIELD - the world's oldest country and field sports magazine, having been published continuously since 1853.
  • The Fortnightly Review - (1865-1954). One of the most prominent and influential magazines in nineteenth-century England.
  • The Gentleman's Magazine - founded in London, England, by Edward Cave in January 1731. It ran uninterrupted for almost 200 years, until 1922. It was the first to use the term magazine (from the French magazine, meaning "storehouse") for a periodical. Samuel Johnson's first regular employment as a writer was with The Gentleman's Magazine.
  • THE GENTLEWOMAN - biannual style magazine for a new decade. Featuring inspirational, international women.
  • THE Globe - (1803-1921). Newspaper that merged with the Pall Mall Gazette in 1921.
  • The Graphic - (1869-1932). Weekly illustrated newspaper.
  • The Guardian - founded in 1821. National daily newspaper.
  • THE Iconoclast - New English Review.
  • THE IDLER - illustrated monthly magazine published in Great Britain from 1892 to 1911.
  • THE IDLER - since 1993. British magazine devoted to its ethos of 'idling'. The publication's intention is to return dignity to the art of loafing, to make idling into something to aspire towards rather than reject.
  • The Illustrated London News - (1842-2003). The world's first illustrated weekly news magazine.
  • THE INDEPENDENT - since 1986. National morning newspaper.
  • The International Journal of Nautical Archaeology
  • The Jewish Chronicle - founded in 1841. The oldest continuously published Jewish newspaper in the world.
  • The Ladies' Mercury - was a periodical published for four weeks by The Athenian Society and its founder John Dunton. Its first issue was published in London on 27 February 1693. It was a spin-off of The Athenian Mercury, and the first periodical published and specifically designed just for women.
  • THE LADY - "For elegant women with elegant minds." Britain's longest-running weekly women's magazine. It has been in continuous publication since 1885 and is based in London. It is particularly notable for its classified advertisements for domestic service and child care; it also has extensive listings of holiday properties.
  • THE LANCET - founded in 1823. One of the world's best known, oldest, and most respected general medical journals.
  • The Liberal - founded in 1822/2004. The title claimed a lineage with The Liberal, a short-lived periodical founded in 1822 by the Romantic poets Percy Bysshe Shelley, Lord Byron and Leigh Hunt. The modern version was launched in July 2004 – 180 years after the original ceased publication – "to rehabilitate Romantic Liberalism and reinvigorate the public sphere".
  • The Listener - was a weekly magazine established by the BBC in January 1929 which ceased publication in 1991. The entire digitised archive was made available for purchase online to libraries, educational and research institutions in 2011.
  • The LONDON Gazette - one of the official journals of record of the British government, and the most important among such official journals in the United Kingdom, in which certain statutory notices are required to be published. The London Gazette claims to be the oldest surviving English newspaper and the oldest continuously published newspaper in the UK, having been first published on 7 November 1665 as The Oxford Gazette.
  • The London Magazine - founded in 1732. Historied publication of arts, literature and miscellaneous interests. Its history ranges nearly three centuries and several reincarnations, publishing the likes of William Wordsworth, William S. Burroughs and John Keats.
  • THE LONDON PAPER - (2006-2009). Stylised as thelondonpaper was a free daily newspaper.
  • The Mail on Sunday - since 1982. British conservative newspaper, published in a tabloid format. Its sister paper, the Daily Mail, was launched in 1896.
  • The Morning Chronicle - (1769-1862).
  • The Morning Post - was a conservative daily newspaper published in London from 1772 to 1937, when it was acquired by The Daily Telegraph.
  • THE OBSERVER - since 1791. Published on Sundays.
  • The Oldie - since 1992. Monthly magazine written for older people "as a light-hearted alternative to a press obsessed with youth and celebrity", according to their website.
  • THE OXFORD TIMES - since 1862. Weekly newspaper, published each Thursday in Oxford.
  • The Pall Mall Magazine - was a monthly British literary magazine published between 1893 and 1914.
  • The Public Domain Review - since 2011. Online magazine showcasing works which have entered the public domain.
  • The Rambler - (1750-1752). Was a periodical (strictly, a series of short papers) by Samuel Johnson.
  • THE Rebel Magazine - independent British art magazine established by artist Harry Pye in 1985. It features interviews, reviews with artists, and parodies of features from other publications.
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  • The Spectator (1711) - daily publication founded by Joseph Addison and Richard Steele in England, lasting from 1711 to 1712.
  • The Spectator - "The oldest continuously published magazine in the English language." Weekly British conservative magazine, which was first published on 6 July 1828.
  • The Sphere - The Sphere: An Illustrated Newspaper for the Home and, later, The Sphere: The Empire's Illustrated Weekly, was a British newspaper, published by London Illustrated Newspapers Ltd. weekly from 27 January 1900 until the closure of the paper on 27 June 1964.
  • THE STAR - (1888-1960). London evening newspaper.
  • The Steeple Times - since 2011. "Wit and Wisdom in Equal Measure." News of the bold, the talented and the influential.
  • The Strand Magazine - (1891-1950). Composed of short fiction and general interest articles.
  • THE SUN - since 1964. Daily tabloid newspaper published in the United Kingdom and Ireland.
  • THE SUNDAY TIMES - since 1821. Largest-selling British national "quality" Sunday newspaper.
  • THE TABLET - since 1840. "The International Catholic News Weekly."
  • THE TIMES - daily national newspaper published in the United Kingdom since 1785, when it was known as The Daily Universal Register. The paper is also the originator of the ubiquitous Times Roman typeface. The Times was printed in broadsheet format for 219 years, but switched to tabloid size in 2004.
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  • The Week - since 1995. Weekly British news magazine which also publishes a US edition, and between 2008 and 2012 additionally published an Australian edition.
  • The World Today - since 1945. As well as covering major issues in international relations, the bi-monthly magazine contains book, film and museum reviews from around the world. The magazine is sent to decision-makers in nine of the 10 largest FTSE 100 companies by market capitalization and major embassies in London, as well as to key individuals in the British Parliament, Whitehall, the media, and the academic world.
  • The Yellow Book - (1894-1897). Was a quarterly literary periodical (priced at 5s.) that lent its name to the "Yellow Nineties".
  • Time & Tide - (1920-1986). British weekly political and literary review magazine founded by Margaret, Lady Rhondda.
  • Time Out - since 1968. Includes magazines, websites, apps, guidebooks and other commercial products, is a global publishing and ecommerce business aimed at helping people to make the most of their city. The magazine, apps and sites contain information on events in film, theatre, fashion, literature, other artistic events, eating out and nights out. As of 2014 there were 46 editions in 30 countries, with a combined audience of 28m people.
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  • Truth - (1877-1957). Periodical publication founded by the diplomat and Liberal politician Henry Labouchère.
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  • Western Daily Press - since 1858. Regional newspaper covering parts of South West England.
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  • WHAT HI FI MAGAZINE - the world's no. 1 home cinema, hifi and TV buying guide.
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  • WHICH? - since 1957. Product-testing (formerly known as The Consumers' Association).
  • Whitehall Evening Post - (1718-1801). London newspaper.
  • Wide World Magazine - (1898-1965). British monthly illustrated publication. It described itself as "an illustrated magazine of true narrative" and each month purported to feature "true-life" adventure and travel stories gathered from around the world. Its motto was "Truth is stranger than fiction".
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