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Or do you just check the news online/elsewhere?
I like them fresh from the fridge.
But only really because I'm normally at my dads house on Saturdays and he gets it.
Apart from that, no, not really.
on Wednesdays for Martin Samuel.
I buy the Times on Thursday for film reviews.
I buy The Guardian on Friday for film and music.
buy the Times for the football. And get it on Saturdays as well.
4/5 days a week. Ignore the freesheets.
I used to read the Metro on the way to work but got sick of turning up looking like Al Jonson
I read the weekend Guardian and Observer on sunday.
i buy the guardian on occasion during the week, and try to get it over weekend...
it was funny because he's a conservative
Guardian on Friday and Saturday and sometimes Mondays. I read the Observer if someone else buys it for me, only the Food magazine is any good though.
shitty free papers to read on the tube on the way out
one smarts me up, one dumbs me down
And generally get a paper at the weekend. So yeah, I suppose.
i sometimes check the bbc website. but i mostly just look at "also in the news".
i don't read newspapers or check them online. They don't even report the news. It's just loads of smug london journalists trying to look clever.
at work, and either saturday or sunday papers over the course of the weekend.
it's the only decent paper left. And the only decent left paper.
I try to read the Guardian (so I can see what people who think along my lines think) and The Times (So I can see what people who I don't agree with but have some brains think) but that gets mighty pricey. Also if I'm getting the tube, there is zero point as it's always rammed and I'm only on it for 12 minutes
to read one every day. Guardian's free at work but i'll read any of the other broadsheets really.
I've got mixed feelings about online, although that is where i currently work.
yep. The Times all the way.
I get Saturday's Guardian, dad gets the Saturday Telegraph then the Sunday Times. I read the Independent, Guardian and Times' websites during the week (and the Daily Mail's if I want to laugh at the comments...)