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UK newspaper website ABCs for April 2017: No sign of snap general election traffic boost

From Press Gazette
Posted 18 May 2017, 9.00am edt

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Theresa May’s calling of a snap general election last month failed to impact newspaper website figures audited by ABC. The top four sites were all slightly down month on month. The Sun continues to be the fastest growing site, up 101 per cent y...


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