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The Guardian is without a doubt my favourite newspaper the newspaper consists of lots of different section. The main section, sport alongside the G2 come in every edition. The other sections which usually come once or twice a week include family, money, travel, technology, education and society sections plus much more. The news section which is obviously the main section of the newspaper is well set out, well written and it has proper news stories unlike other newspapers. The sport section is like all the sections well set out and well written. It also does well to keep a good balance of stories between all the sports wheras many other newspapers have an unbalanced amount of football stories. Aswell as the football stories, which still take up a decet amount of the sports section it usually has two pages dedicated to cricket whether or not a match is on and one page to each type of rugby although it has slightly more rugby league stories. And if a big event is on in other sports such as a grand slam or the ryder cup they well dedicated three or for pages to that. The G2 part of the newspaper is ver much like a magazine and it has lightharted stories and people can write in their stories which is usually three pages long. It also has quite a few interviews with fairly well known people. All in all the Guardian is a well sized, well pricedout, well wrote and well sectioned out newspaper who I would reccomend to people who want important newspaper instead of celebrity gossip.

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