Sunday Sport

Sunday Sport
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TypeSunday newspaper
Owner(s)David Sullivan
PublisherSunday Sport (2011) Ltd[1]
(original publisher Sport Newspapers)
EditorNick Appleyard
Political alignmentNone (yellow journalism)
HeadquartersCity View House 5 Union Street, Ardwick, Manchester, M12 4JD, United Kingdom

Sunday Sport is a British tabloid newspaper, published by Sport Newspapers, which was originally established in 1986. Defenders of the publication have said the Sport was never intended to be taken seriously: it has featured such stories as a London Bus being discovered at the Antarctic, a World War II Bomber on the Moon, or a statue of Elvis Presley on Mars.[2] Its content also includes a high quotient of softcore female nudity and advertising for sexual services.[3]

  1. ^ James Robinson; Mark Sweney (10 August 2011). "David Sullivan could launch Friday edition of Daily Sport". Guardian. UK. Retrieved 11 June 2013.
  2. ^ Burrell, Ian (1 April 2011). "A headline you can believe: The 'Sport' closes". The Indepoendent. Retrieved 14 April 2018.
  3. ^ Jackson, Jasper (21 September 2016). "Sexually explicit Sunday Sport ads banned despite 'censorship' claim". The Guardian. Retrieved 14 April 2018.

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