We spent an hour or so at the beach at a busy seaside resort. There were around 2,000 people sitting or lying around on the sand or on benches or deckchairs. I estimate that at least 50% were studying their smart phones. I saw four people reading books and one solitary person reading a newspaper.
A couple of years ago the number of people reading papers would have been in the hundreds.
It’s not surprising that the UK’s newspapers are failing fast – they have failed their public and they deserve to ‘die’.
The latest circulation figures for some of the national papers…
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Source: Dr Vernon Coleman - MB ChB DSc Read the original article here: https://vernoncoleman.org/