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James MacAonghus

I voted no, but then I haven't seen them as the newspaper of record for a while.

That said, and while I agree with the newsletter idea, the size of the audience should not necessarily dent your authority. Hansard does not rely on having a large audience. The fact that The Times is not now publicly available is relevant, but then neither was the Domesday Book.

Interesting that your choices were all print. Could not Facebook or AdWords be the "publication" of record?

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