The paper was intended to add a readership of "social radicals" to the Herald's "political radicals". The print workers at The Sun refused to print it.
Subsequently, The Sun published a follow-up headlined "Now they're after our fish! Several civilians were killed during the bombing. On 7 JanuaryThe Sun ran an exclusive front-page story claiming that participants in a discussion on Ummah.
The Press Council condemned The Sun for committing what it called a "gross distortion". An extensive advertising campaign on the ITV network in this period, voiced by actor Christopher Timothy may have helped The Sun to overtake the Daily Mirror's circulation in This headline was published before it was known the sinking of the vessel had cost lives.
Furthermore, on 11 JanuaryMacKenzie stated, while a panellist on BBC1's Question Timethat the apology he made about the coverage was a hollow one, forced upon him by Rupert Murdoch. We cater to online merchants, real estate clients, fashion studios, wedding and event photographers.
In January Murdoch shut down the Bouverie Street premises of The Sun and News of the World, and moved operations to the new Wapping complex in East London, substituting the electricians' union for the print unions as his production staff's representatives and greatly reducing the number of staff employed to print the papers; a year-long picket by sacked workers was eventually defeated see Wapping dispute.
He assured IPC that he would publish a "straightforward, honest newspaper" which would continue to support Labour.