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Probably a smart move.  Will they take on the Mirror now?  If several tabloid papers can cater for the right, I'm sure there's a big enough market for the left.  The problem is that it all seems to be a declining market.  Maybe something like augmented reality could help in the future but that seems unlikely.  I haven't bought a newspaper for a few years now and don't miss them.  I would like to see them survive though, as they still license a lot of photos, even if they don't pay much now.  The "i" was good when it was 20p, I did occasionally buy that.  If papers can survive mostly on advertising revenue, I wonder why they don't reduce prices to increase circulation?

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