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The Mail on Sunday


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The Mail on Sunday is a British conservative newspaper, published in a tabloid format. First published in 1982 by Lord Rothermere, it became Britain's biggest-selling Sunday newspaper following the closing of News of the World in July 2011.Wikipedia

FormatTabloidFreebase
Weekly readership4,185,000 readersNRS September 2014
Launched2 May 1982
OwnerDMGT

Contact The Mail on Sunday

Postal addressNorthcliffe House
2 Derry Street
Kensington
London
W8 5TT
Telephone+44 20 7938 6000
Official website
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Main emailletters@mailonsunday.co.uk

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Charlotte Wace Royal Correspondent
Katie Hind Showbiz Editor
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