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10 out of 10: The Love-Hate Relationship Of Britain's Biggest-Selling Newspapers And Call of Duty

Forbes - Reports in the British press on the recent tragic events in Newtown, Connecticut have highlighted a confusing ambivalence on the topic of video games.

The Sun, owned by Rupert Murdoch‘s News International, is Britain’s biggest-selling daily newspaper. Every day, more than 2.5 million readers buy a copy to enjoy its mix of hard-hitting news, celebrity gossip and scantily-clad women. (Call of Duty, Culture)

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