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'''''The Independent''''' was  former [[British]] tabloid [[newspaper]] published by Independent News & Media, which now only exists as a website.<ref>Sweney, Mark. [http://gu.com/p/4gk2g/stw Independent and Independent on Sunday print closures confirmed]. ''The Guardian''. February 12, 2016.</ref> It was launched in 1986 and takes a non-party political stance but often editorialises along [[liberal]] and [[environmental]] lines.  It is commonly known as the ''Indie''.
 
'''''The Independent''''' was  former [[British]] tabloid [[newspaper]] published by Independent News & Media, which now only exists as a website.<ref>Sweney, Mark. [http://gu.com/p/4gk2g/stw Independent and Independent on Sunday print closures confirmed]. ''The Guardian''. February 12, 2016.</ref> It was launched in 1986 and takes a non-party political stance but often editorialises along [[liberal]] and [[environmental]] lines.  It is commonly known as the ''Indie''.
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Latest revision as of 06:51, 2 May 2016

The Independent was former British tabloid newspaper published by Independent News & Media, which now only exists as a website.[1] It was launched in 1986 and takes a non-party political stance but often editorialises along liberal and environmental lines. It is commonly known as the Indie.

References

  1. Sweney, Mark. Independent and Independent on Sunday print closures confirmed. The Guardian. February 12, 2016.