The Mail on Sunday closes You spin-off

Darby, Ian
August 2006
Campaign;8/11/2006, Issue 32, p5
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The article reports on the decision of the newspaper "The Mail on Sunday" to close its supplementary magazine "You." The magazine will be off the newsstand on August 14, 2006. Its launch five months ago resulted in increased sales of the newspaper "The Mail on Sunday." Since it was not commercially viable to continue it for long, the main newspaper decided to discontinue it.


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