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Comparison between 'The Sun' and 'The Times'.
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English Comparison between 'The Sun' and 'The Times'
There are many media's within Britain and one of those media's is Newspapers. All the newspapers have different audiences but one interesting difference is between 'The Sun' and 'The Times'. This is because they are both published by News Group Newspapers Ltd. I believe that the difference between them is that 'The Sun' is more of a laid back kind of paper for a laid back person. It is the sort of paper to be read during a lunch break while ' The Times' is for a more educated person and need at least an hour to read.
Some of the first impression you get from 'The Sun' include the size. Obviously 'The Sun' is smaller than 'The Times'. I think this is because it is easier for people to carry while 'The Times' is the sort of paper someone with a briefcase would buy. This is because they could store the paper in the briefcase when not being used. This also leads to there being less detail on 'The Sun' than there is on 'The Times' This is evidence of how 'The Times' goes into
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