- The People
"The People", previously known as the "Sunday People", is a British tabloid Sunday-only newspaper, owned by the
Trinity MirrorGroup. The paper was founded on 16 October 1881. [cite web|url=http://www.bl.uk/collections/brit19th.html|title=Concise History of the British Newspaper in the Nineteenth Century|accessdate=2008-03-16]
It is a competitor to "
The News Of The World", although with a circulation slightly less than one million, The "People" lags somewhat behind its rival and its sister paper "The Sunday Mirror". It usually features scandalsabout celebrities.
The newspaper has been affected by cost-cutting during 2006, including fourteen journalists being made redundant.
Eamonn Holmeshas a current affairs opinion page called "Man Of The People".
Garry Bushellhad a two page televisionopinion page called "Bushell On the Box", but left in early 2007, subsequently moving to the "Daily Star Sunday".
* Richard Bacon writes the film review page "Bacon On Films".
Simon Readwrites the money and investment page "Money People".
In 2007 the paper ran a competition to find their People Babe 2007 and this was won by a new model Billie Eadie, who was pictured posing with
Rodney Bewesin a controversial photoshoot.
* [http://www.people.co.uk The People website]
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