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Editor of Portsmouth's The News says falling pound and rising production costs behind cover price hike

From Press Gazette
Posted 21 April 2017, 9.56am edt

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Portsmouth daily The News has pointed to a fall in the value of the pound and rising production costs as behind its latest cover price hike. Readers were charged 80p (up from 75p) for their mid-week copy as of last week. It is the fifth price ...


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