How Much Does The Scotsman Cost?

What the Scottish papers say?

The Scotsman, The National and the Daily Mail feature the story of Scottish police investigating the CIA torture report, while First Minister Nicola Sturgeon’s first meeting with The Queen is highlighted on the front page of The Herald and The Scotsman..

Is the Scotsman a tabloid or broadsheet?

Over 170 years after it abandoned a more compact size in favour of the broadsheet format, the Scotsman is returning to its tabloid roots in a bid to hold on to its faltering share of the local newspaper market.

Who owns the national newspaper?

The National (Scotland)First edition of The National, 24 November 2014TypeDaily newspaperOwner(s)NewsquestPublisherHerald & Times GroupEditorCallum Baird11 more rows

Who owns the Daily Mail UK?

Jonathan HarmsworthJonathan Harmsworth is the aristocratic owner of Britain’s gossipy tabloid, the Daily Mail.

Is the Scotsman a unionist paper?

The Scotsman is a Scottish compact newspaper and daily news website headquartered in Edinburgh. First established as a radical political paper in 1817, it began daily publication in 1855 and remained a broadsheet until August 2004. Its parent company, JPIMedia, also publishes the Edinburgh Evening News.

Where is the Scotsman printed?

The Scotsman and Scotland on Sunday will be printed at the Cardonald print works, used for production of the Daily Record and Sunday Mail titles. The Falkirk Herald and Fife Free Press will be produced in Lanarkshire, the Stornoway Gazette in Cardonald, and almost 40 other titles will go to a print plant in Sunderland.

How much is the Glasgow Herald?

Glasgow-based title The Herald is now priced at £1.30 on newsstands, an increase of 10p. The rise, which came into effect on Monday, was revealed in that day’s edition of the Newsquest-owned title.

Who owns Daily Express?

Published in London, it is the flagship of Express Newspapers, owned by publisher Reach plc. It was first published as a broadsheet in 1900 by Sir Arthur Pearson. Its sister paper, the Sunday Express, was launched in 1918. In February 2019, it had an average daily circulation of 315,142.

Who owns the mirror?

During the mid 1960s, daily sales exceeded 5 million copies, a feat never repeated by it or any other daily (non-Sunday) British newspaper since. The Mirror was owned by Robert Maxwell between 1984 and 1991….Daily Mirror.Front page on 9 March 2017TypeDaily newspaperFormatRed topOwner(s)Reach plcEditorAlison Phillips6 more rows