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Sun sales boosted today as Corybn supporters buys copies to bin and burn

From Press Gazette
Posted 8 June 2017, 8.08am edt

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Sales of the Sun were boosted today in some newsagents by those purchasing copies in bulk and binning them in protest against the paper’s “Don’t chuck Britain in the Cor-bin” front page. One Twitter user posted a picture of several copies of ...


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