- 1 Which British newspapers are right wing?
- 2 Which UK newspapers are left wing?
- 3 What political leaning is the times?
- 4 Which political party does the Guardian support?
- 5 Who owns the Daily Mail UK?
- 6 Who owns the media in the UK?
- 7 Is the observer a Tory paper?
- 8 How much does the Times newspaper cost?
- 9 Which political party does the Sunday Times support?
- 10 Who funds the Guardian?
- 11 Who owns Scott Trust?
Which British newspapers are right wing?
|Title||Days of publication||Political orientation|
|The Mail on Sunday||Sundays||Right-wing|
Which UK newspapers are left wing?
- New Statesman – independent political and cultural magazine.
- The New Worker – from the New Communist Party of Britain.
- The Socialist – from the Socialist Party (England and Wales).
- Socialist Worker – from the Socialist Workers Party.
- Sunday Mirror – sister newspaper to Daily Mirror, published every Sunday.
What political leaning is the times?
|Front-page of The Times from 19 October 2015|
|Founded||1 January 1785 (as The Daily Universal Register)|
|Political alignment||Conservative Party New Labour (2001-2010)|
Which political party does the Guardian support?
|The Guardian front page on 15 January 2018|
|Headquarters||Kings Place, London|
Who owns the Daily Mail UK?
Jonathan Harmsworth is the aristocratic owner of Britain’s gossipy tabloid, the Daily Mail.
Who owns the media in the UK?
According to a 2021 report by the Media Reform Coalition, 90% of the UK -wide print media is owned and controlled by just three companies, Reach plc (formerly Trinity Mirror), News UK and DMG Media. This figure was up from 83% in 2019. The report also found that six companies operate 83% of local newspapers.
Is the observer a Tory paper?
Politically the paper pursued an independent Conservative stance, which eventually brought Garvin into conflict with Waldorf’s more liberal son David Astor. It became part of the Guardian Media Group in June 1993, after a rival bid to acquire it by The Independent was rejected.
How much does the Times newspaper cost?
The Times, which is owned by News UK, has taken the decision to hold the price of the Saturday edition, which is £1.50, and the Sunday Times at £2.50. There has not been a cover price increase for the weekend papers since 2012.
Which political party does the Sunday Times support?
The Sunday Times
|The Sunday Times cover (13 July 2014)|
|Founded||18 February 1821 (as The New Observer)|
|Political alignment||Conservative Party New Labour (2001-2005)|
Who funds the Guardian?
Guardian Media Group plc (GMG) is a British-based mass media company owning various media operations including The Guardian and The Observer. The group is wholly owned by the Scott Trust Limited, which exists to secure the financial and editorial independence of The Guardian in perpetuity.
Who owns Scott Trust?
The Scott Trust Limited is the British company that owns Guardian Media Group and thus The Guardian and The Observer as well as various other media businesses in the UK. In 2008, it replaced the Scott Trust, which had owned The Guardian since 1936.