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In 2005 The Sun published photographs of Prince Harry sporting a Nazi costume to a fancy dress party. In comparison, in 2019 The Sun ran several stories in support of Christians. A reporter working for The Sun was arrested and taken to a south-west London police station on 4 November 2011. The story reportedly delighted MacKenzie, who was keen to run it, and Max Clifford, who had been Starr's public relations agent. At MacKenzie's insistence, and against the wishes of Murdoch the mogul was present because almost all the journalists were on strike , the headline was changed for later editions after the extent of Argentinian casualties became known.

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After further stories, in September 1987, The Sun accused John of having his guard dogs'. On 16 January 2015, Troup and Edwards were cleared by the jury of all charges against them. Between 1994 and 1996, The Sun 's circulation peaked. The Sun previously had the largest of any daily newspaper in the United Kingdom, but it was overtaken by rival in March 2018. Based in Glasgow, it duplicates much of the content of the main edition but with alternative coverage of Scottish news and sport. The Irish Sun, unlike its sister papers in Great Britain, did not have a designated website until late 2012. Apart from the edition of 22 January, the conventional Page 3 feature of a topless model has not returned, and has effectively ended.

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Miliband's decision to pose with a copy of The Sun received a strong response. Archived from on 1 December 2007. At the time the paper elsewhere continued to support the Conservatives, who were then becoming an increasingly marginalised force in Scotland. On 18 July 2011, the group hacked The Sun 's website, where they posted a fake news story of Rupert Murdoch's death before redirecting the website to their Twitter page. The headline is regularly mentioned in debates about media influence in British politics.

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For example, Vince McCaffrey's first name is given as Tom, while La Salle is Starr's ex-girlfriend. In 1990, the Press Council adjudicated against The Sun and columnist for their use of derogatory terminology about gays. Although many other British press services covered Lord Kilbracken's public comments, none of them echoed the argument in the Sun, and none of them presented Lord Kilbracken's ideas without context or criticism. Coinciding with a visit to The Sun newsroom on 17 February 2012, Murdoch announced via an email that the arrested journalists, who had been suspended, would return to work as nothing had been proved against them. Book publisher and , eager to buy a British newspaper, offered to take it off their hands and retain its commitment to the Labour Party, but admitted there would be redundancies, especially among the printers. The Sun has been openly antagonistic towards other European nations, particularly the French and Germans. It was claimed that Tulisa introduced three film producers actually Mahmood and two other Sun journalists to a drug dealer and set up an £800 deal.

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They began with an invented account of the singer having sexual relationships with rent boys. The Sun had apparently fabricated the entire piece. An extensive advertising campaign on the network in this period, voiced by actor , may have helped The Sun to overtake the Daily Mirror 's circulation in 1978. On 9 December 2010, The Sun published a front-page story claiming that terrorist group had threatened a terrorist attack on in Manchester to disrupt the episode of the soap opera to be transmitted that evening. Tulisa was cleared of supplying. Inquiry into Media Ownership and the News. While other British newspapers had not published the photos in deference to the privacy of members of the , editorial staff of The Sun claimed it was a move to test Britain's perception of freedom of the press.

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Stick it up your punter! The site also produces and , and , also a Murdoch newspaper , the , and local papers. The paper copied the rival Daily Mirror in several ways. This headline was published before it was known the sinking of the vessel had cost 368 lives. The Sun attacked Labour leader in February 1994, for saying that more British troops should be sent to. The boycott in Merseyside following the newspaper's coverage of the Hillsborough disaster in 1989 meant that copies were not dispatched to areas with a Liverpool postcode. Stick it up your punter! Popular newspapers, the Labour Party and British politics. The inaccurate story about his dogs, actually , put pressure on The Sun, and John received £1 million in an out-of-court settlement, then the largest damages payment in British history.

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Sustained decline began in 2004, in line with print journalism as a whole, and it lost more than a million copies from its daily figures in the six-year period from 2012—18. Archived from on 5 February 2005. It was a terrible, insensitive, horrible article, with a dreadful headline; but what we'd also say is: we have apologised for it, and the entire senior team here now is completely different from the team that put the paper out in 1989. Expect a hate campaign and intimidation by 20 or 30 thugs. House of Commons Select Committee on Communications.

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Lamb later expressed some regret at introducing the feature, although he denied it was sexist. The police officer had already pleaded guilty to misconduct in a public office and given a two-year jail sentence in 2014, but the jury in France's trial was not informed of this. The Sun used the same printing presses, and the two papers were managed together at senior executive levels. They included The Sun 's head of news Chris Pharo, who faced six charges, while ex-managing editor and ex- Sun deputy news editor Ben O'Driscoll were accused of four charges each. After was wrecked by an Argentinian attack, The Sun was heavily criticised and even mocked in the Daily Mirror and for its coverage of the war, and the wider media queried the veracity of official information and worried about the number of casualties, The Sun gave its response. The main party leaders, , and , were all depicted holding a copy of the special issue in publicity material. About the quality of life.

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Sex was used as an important element in the content and marketing the paper from the start, which Lamb believed was the most important part of his readers' lives. After criticising him for misspelling a dead soldier's mother's name, The Sun was then forced to apologise for misspelling the same name on their website. Wade had tried to persuade , her immediate predecessors in the job, to scrap the feature, but a model who shared her first name was used on her first day in the post. For a brief period in the late 1990s and early 2000s, this lead was more than a million copies per day. MacKenzie was suspended as a contributor to the paper on the day of publication.

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