Originally Posted by Chris
It really wasn't. It had its own staff, from top to bottom, for starters. The News of the Screws had its own editorial agenda and also, the production of a weekly newspaper is an entirely different process to that of a daily.
It was owned by the same parent company, but then the Times is too.
If "The Sun on Sunday" is simply a seventh daily edition of the Sun, then it will be quite a different publication to the Screws. However, I think it more likely that Murdoch is simply trying to re-launch the Screws.
I know it had different staff, but I think you are missing my point. The Sun is a Monday to Saturday gutter press tabloid. The News of the World was News International's Sunday edition gutter press tabloid. All the Sunday edition of the Sun will be doing is filling that void, with a similar stayle paper.
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Originally Posted by papa smurf
if it looks like a skunk and smells like a skunk its usually a skunk
I wish I could have put it as simple as that