Monday, April 07, 2003

Reading the Guardian

As well as having the best designed website of any of the English papers, The Guardian for some reason manages to get its paper distributed throughout continental Europe far better than the Times, Telegraph, or Independent. It is printed in a number of European cities, and is available on more newstands, appears earlier in the day, and is cheaper. The International Herald Tribune is as widely available, but contains news a day old. As a consequence I often find myself reading the Guardian when I travel, whereas I don't read it when I am in England. (This has been the case for at least a decade too. As to why the other papers don't improve their distribution, I don't know).

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