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In Britain newspapers differ greatly from each other in the type of news they report and the way they report it. On the one hand, there are «quality» news-papers: The Times, The Financial Times, The Guardian, The Daily Telegraph. These papers report major national and international news stories, with the world of politics and business and with the arts and sport. On the other hand, there are «populars» or «tabloids», so called because of their small size. Popular papers (The Daily Mail, The Daily Express, The Daily Mirror, The Sun, The Daily Star) pay much attention to sensational news, extraordinary events, catastrophes, accidents, private lives of royalty and nobility, of people of art, of music and movie stars. Popular papers use many photographs and cartoons. It is often said that the popular press aims to entertain its readers rather than inform them. The tabloid press is far more popular than the quality press. The average daily circulation for The Daily Mirror is almost 3,200,000 while for The Times it is 450,000. The most popular quality paper is The Daily Telegraph with a circulation of around 1,100,000 per day, compared with The Sun’s circulation of over 4,170,000. It is estimated that two out of every three adults regularly read a national daily newspaper. In addition to 12 national daily newspapers there are 9 national papers which are published on Sundays. Most of the Sundays papers contain more reading material than the daily papers, and several of them include colour supplements — separate colour magazines which have special supplements with articles on music, TV, sports and a lot of advertisements of consumer goods. Reading a Sunday paper, like having a big Sunday lunch, is an important tradition in many British families. Nearly every area in Britain has one or more local newspapers — in England alone there are around 90 daily papers and over 850 which are published once or twice a week.

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1)What types of newspapers are there in Great Britain?
2)Why are some newspapers called \"quality papers\"?
3)What are the \"tabloids\"like?
4)What things do \"taboids\"pay much attention to?
5)Which papers aim to entertain public rather then to inform?
6)What is the most famous quality paper? 7)What do Sunday papers nclude?
8)What is an important tradition in many English families?​
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1) There are high-quality national newspapers and so-called medium-grade tabloid issues in a more artistically journalistic style.
2) Because they broadcast more serious news and reveal urgent topics, they are more informative.
3) They are popular, have small size and large circulation.
4) Tabloid newspapers touch on scandalous topics and are intended to entertain readers, reveal all sorts of myths, the lives of famous people, «incidents» in art.
5) Tabloid.
6) The Daily Telegraph.
7) They include more reading material and colour supplements.
8) No family can do without Sunday newspapers.

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