The Sunday Times

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The Sunday Times is the largest-selling British national newspaper in the "quality press" market category.wikipedia
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The Times

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Times Newspapers also publishes The Times. Evans was appointed editor of The Times in February 1981 and was replaced at The Sunday Times by Frank Giles.
The Times and its sister paper The Sunday Times (founded in 1821) are published by Times Newspapers, since 1981 a subsidiary of News UK, in turn wholly owned by News Corp.

News UK

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It is published by Times Newspapers Ltd, a subsidiary of News UK, which is in turn owned by News Corp.
It is the current publisher of The Times, The Sunday Times and The Sun newspapers and its former publications include the Today, News of the World and The London Paper newspapers.

Jeremy Clarkson

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It has a number of popular writers, columnists and commentators including Jeremy Clarkson and Bryan Appleyard.
He also currently writes weekly columns for The Sunday Times and The Sun.

A. A. Gill

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A. A. Gill was a prominent columnist for many years.
Best known for food and travel writing, he was The Sunday Times restaurant reviewer as well as a television critic.

The Sunday Times Magazine

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There are three magazines (The Sunday Times Magazine, Culture, and Style) and two tabloid supplements (Travel and Home).
The Sunday Times Magazine is a magazine included with The Sunday Times.

Sunday Times Fast Track 100

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The paper publishes The Sunday Times Rich List, an annual survey of the wealthiest people in Britain and Ireland, equivalent to the Forbes 400 list in the United States, and a series of league tables with reviews of private British companies, in particular The Sunday Times Fast Track 100.
The Sunday Times Fast Track 100 is a list published annually in December in partnership with The Sunday Times newspaper in the UK.

Insight (Sunday Times)

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The Sunday Times has acquired a reputation for the strength of its investigative reporting – much of it by its Insight team – and also for its wide-ranging foreign coverage.
Insight is an investigative team for the British newspaper The Sunday Times which is well known for exposing stories such as discovering Soviet defector Kim Philby's role in MI6, investigating the thalidomide controversy, revealing the secret manufacture of nuclear weapons by Israel, and more recently the FIFA cash for votes scandal.

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The Sunday Times occupies a dominant position in the quality Sunday market; its circulation of just over 650,000 exceeds that of its main rivals, the Sunday Telegraph and the Observer, combined.
Though circulation declined during her tenure, she remained as editor for thirteen years, combining it in 1893 with the editorship of The Sunday Times, a newspaper that she had also bought.

Rachel Beer

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Beer appointed his wife, Rachel Sassoon Beer, as editor.
She was editor-in-chief of The Observer and The Sunday Times.

Harold Evans

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Harold Evans, editor from 1967 until 1981, established The Sunday Times as a leading campaigning and investigative newspaper.
Sir Harold Matthew Evans (born 28 June 1928) is a British-American journalist and writer who was editor of The Sunday Times from 1967 to 1981.

Daniel Whittle Harvey

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In January 1823, White sold the paper to Daniel Whittle Harvey, a radical politician.
Daniel Whittle Harvey (10 January 1786 – 24 February 1863) was a Radical English politician who founded The Sunday Times newspaper and was the first Commissioner of the City of London Police.

Quality press

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The Sunday Times is the largest-selling British national newspaper in the "quality press" market category.

Sunday Times Rich List

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The paper publishes The Sunday Times Rich List, an annual survey of the wealthiest people in Britain and Ireland, equivalent to the Forbes 400 list in the United States, and a series of league tables with reviews of private British companies, in particular The Sunday Times Fast Track 100. During Neil's editorship, a number of new sections were added: the annual The Sunday Times Rich List and the Funday Times, in 1989, (the latter stopped appearing in print and was relaunched as a standalone website in March 2006 but was later closed); Style & Travel, News Review and Arts in 1990, and Culture in 1992.
The list is updated annually in April and published as a magazine supplement by British national Sunday newspaper The Sunday Times since 1989.

Roy Thomson, 1st Baron Thomson of Fleet

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In 1959 the Kemsley group was bought by Lord Thomson, and in October 1960 circulation reached one million for the first time.
From the substantial profits of commercial television he bought many titles such as The Times and Kemsley`s Newspapers which published The Sunday Times.

Alice Cornwell

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The paper was bought in 1887 by Alice Anne Cornwell who had made a fortune in mining in Australia and floating the Midas Mine Company of the London Stock Exchange.
She was a confident business person investing in several companies including owning the Sunday Times

William Berry, 1st Viscount Camrose

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There was a further change of ownership in 1903, and then in 1915 the paper was bought by William Berry and his brother, Gomer Berry, later ennobled as Lord Camrose and Viscount Kemsley respectively.
In partnership with his younger brother, Gomer Berry, 1st Viscount Kemsley (the elder brother was Seymour Berry, 1st Baron Buckland), he purchased The Sunday Times in 1915 and was its editor-in-chief until 1937.

Hitler Diaries

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In 1983, the newspaper bought the serialisation rights to publish the faked Hitler Diaries, thinking them to be genuine after they were authenticated by the own newspaper's own independent director, Hugh Trevor-Roper, the historian and author of The Last Days of Hitler.
One of the publications involved was The Sunday Times, who asked their independent director, the historian Hugh Trevor-Roper, to authenticate the diaries; he did so, pronouncing them genuine.

Andrew Neil

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Under Andrew Neil, editor from 1983 until 1994, The Sunday Times took a strongly Thatcherite slant that contrasted with the traditional paternalistic conservatism expounded by Peregrine Worsthorne at the rival Sunday Telegraph.
Neil was appointed editor of The Sunday Times by Rupert Murdoch, and served in this position from 1983 to 1994.

Frank Giles

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Evans was appointed editor of The Times in February 1981 and was replaced at The Sunday Times by Frank Giles.
Frank Thomas Robertson Giles (31 July 1919 – 30 October 2019) was an English journalist, historian and diplomat, who was editor of the British Sunday Times newspaper from 1981–1983, having served as its foreign editor (1961–1977) and then deputy editor (1967–1981) under his predecessor Harold Evans.

Marie Colvin

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The newspaper's foreign coverage has been especially strong, and its reporters, Marie Colvin, Jon Swain, Hala Jaber, Mark Franchetti and Christina Lamb have dominated the Foreign Reporter of the Year category at the British Press Awards since 2000.
Marie Catherine Colvin (January 12, 1956 – February 22, 2012) was an American journalist who worked as a foreign affairs correspondent for the British newspaper The Sunday Times from 1985 until her death.

Rupert Murdoch

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Evans tried to organise a management buyout of The Sunday Times, but Thomson decided instead to sell to Rupert Murdoch, who he thought had a better chance of dealing with the trade unions.
In 1981, Murdoch acquired the struggling Times and Sunday Times from Canadian newspaper publisher Lord Thomson of Fleet.

Funday Times

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During Neil's editorship, a number of new sections were added: the annual The Sunday Times Rich List and the Funday Times, in 1989, (the latter stopped appearing in print and was relaunched as a standalone website in March 2006 but was later closed); Style & Travel, News Review and Arts in 1990, and Culture in 1992.
The Funday Times was a section of the UK Sunday Times. It was intended mainly for children, and included several comic strips, including Dennis and Gnasher, Rex and Tex, Beryl the Peril, Fans Utd., Scooby-Doo, Space Raoul, The Powerpuff Girls, Creature Feature, Newton's Law, Jarvis, Squirt, The Flintstones, Robot Crusoe, Goosebumps and The Simpsons.

Universities in the United Kingdom

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The paper also produces an annual league table of the best-performing state and independent schools at both junior and senior level across the United Kingdom, entitled Parent Power (with additional information available online), and an annual league table of British universities and a similar one for Irish universities.
Today, there are three main domestic league tables published by The Times and Sunday Times, The Guardian, and the Complete University Guide.

Ian Fleming

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On 12 November 1945, Ian Fleming, who later created James Bond, joined the paper as foreign manager (foreign editor) and special writer.
Upon Fleming's demobilisation in May 1945, he became the Foreign Manager in the Kemsley newspaper group, which at the time owned The Sunday Times.

Christina Lamb

The newspaper's foreign coverage has been especially strong, and its reporters, Marie Colvin, Jon Swain, Hala Jaber, Mark Franchetti and Christina Lamb have dominated the Foreign Reporter of the Year category at the British Press Awards since 2000.
She is the chief foreign correspondent for The Sunday Times.