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The Guardian and Observer Digital Edition


This cunning page will take you to two newspapers - The Guardian and The Observer Electronic Editions. If you read their text below, you'll find plenty more text after you've followed the link!

The Guardian and Observer Digital Edition:

"Welcome to the Guardian:

The Guardian newspaper, of which Guardian Unlimited is its online presence, was founded in 1821 and has a long history of editorial and political independence.

The Guardian's editorial code:

A newspaper's primary office is the gathering of news. At the peril of its soul it must see that the supply is not tainted.

As befits the oldest Sunday newspaper in the world, the history of the Observer is a volatile and varied one. The paper was founded in 1791 by WS Bourne on the simple premise that "the establishment of a Sunday newspaper would obtain him a rapid fortune"; within three years Bourne found himself 1,600 in debt.

The current editor of the paper is Roger Alton, who was appointed in 1998. In January 1999 the paper launched three new sections: Cash, Screen and Escape, covering Personal Finance, Film and TV, and travel respectively.

The Observer has continued its reputation for setting, rather than following the news agenda, breaking stories including exposing the cash-for-access scandal dubbed Lobbygate, and leading the way in covering of issues like GM foods and cloning.

The Observer is Britain's oldest Sunday newspaper and it has been making mischief, poking its nose where it shouldn't and reporting the best in arts, culture, politics, sport, business and skulduggery for over two hundred years. We aim to keep it that way and maintain its position as Britain's most exciting Sunday newspaper"

If you have been tempted by this, here's the link:

The Link Was Here To Go To The Place!

The Guardian Digital Edition

http://www.guardian.co.uk affiliate program is with Commission Junction. The affiliate program has gone! Shucks! So now what? Bunged Up? And suggest other Papers. Let's hope there's a new affiliate program soon!

By the way, Well Done to the Guardian for helping to expose some of the insidious things about Google ! Also see The Google Problem. Especially of note: the open letter by GrrlScientist linked from the page advocating that we should replace Google