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The New Day got off to a terrible start, and Trinity Mirror’s bosses are to blame

From The Guardian
Posted 20 March 2016, 2.08pm edt

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Questions about its wholly inadequate promotion and cover price changes should be directed at chief executive Simon Fox


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