The Post (British newspaper)
The Post was a national tabloid newspaper in the United Kingdom, owned by Eddy Shah's Messenger Group. It ran for only five weeks in November and December 1988. As the first national newspaper to be both conceived and composed by journalists, The Post dedicated itself to being sensationalism-free, a bit of a departure for British tabloids of that period. During its short life The Post had the most advanced production techniques devised (which were project-managed and implemented by Bryan Dean and Graham Binns). The paper never found a consistent editorial voice or audience, and folded due to financial pressures just five weeks after starting up.
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|Founded||10 November 1988|
|Ceased publication||December 1988|