“Everything was calm, then the hell started”

“Everything was calm, then the hell started”
“Everything was calm, then the hell started”

Founded in 1822, this conservative newspaper merged with The Times in 1967. Rupert Murdoch’s darling is today one of the best quality Sunday newspapers, in any case the most read. Unlike the daily edition (the two editorial teams are separate), The Sunday Times supported the vote to leave the European Union in 2016.

At the start of Russian aggression in Ukraine, on February 24, 2022, the site of Times (shared with its Sunday edition, The Sunday Times) records 1,000 new subscriptions per day, reflecting its excellent field work in international news. Seven reporters cover the conflict permanently, on the ground.

Like the Sunday editions of other major British daily newspapers, The Sunday Times is made up of numerous supplements: Business, House, Money, Shows. Less focused on breaking news than its daily version, it gives a lot of space to in-depth investigations and lighter articles.

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