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BOYCOTT TRINITY MIRROR: Here are 100 titles you should avoid if you’re angry with LeedsLive and their treatment of Tommy Robinson

TRINITY Mirror publication ‘LeedsLive’ has attacked Tommy Robinson and his family by publishing their former home address in a report about the court case. 

They potentially put his innocent Wife and Children at grave risk and despite a fierce backlash from the #FreeTommy movement, LeedsLive and Trinity Mirror are refusing to apologise.

Leeds Live’s Editor Wayne Ankers (Yes, that’s his real name) hailed the decision to publish the address as “brave.”

Trinity Mirror’s Regional Editor Ed Walker even congratulated Stephanie Finnegan on Twitter, the leftie hack who published Tommy’s address.

Trinity Mirror has too much influence over public opinion anyway but when looking at who actually owns the most Newspapers in the UK, it’s not News Corp and Murdoch who own the most, it’s actually left-wing Trinity Mirror – the company behind The Daily Mirror, The Sunday People, The Manchester Evening News and the Liverpool Echo.

Trinity Mirror owns a whopping 118 papers and they’re trying to buy The Daily Star and The Daily Express from Richard Desmond and Nothern & Shell – that deal has currently been paused by the UK’s regulators.

How can you make them say sorry?

You can hit them where it hurts by boycotting their more than 118 national and regional titles.

NATIONALS

The Daily Mirror
The Sunday Mirror
The Irish Mirror
Sunday People
Daily Record
Sunday Mail
Western Mail

REGIONALS

The Manchester Evening News
Liverpool Echo
Birmingham Post / Birmingham Mail / Sunday Mercury
Evening Chronicle (Newcastle upon Tyne)
Sunday Sun (Newcastle Upon Tyne) NOT to be confused with The Sun on Sunday.

LOCALS

Accrington Observer
Anfield & Walton Star
Barking & Dagenham Yellow Advertiser
Bexley Mercury
Birmingham Post / Birmingham Mail / Sunday Mercury
Bootle Times
Bracknell Standard
Brent & Wembley Leader
Bristol Post
Buckinghamshire Examiner / Buckinghamshire Advertiser
Chester Chronicle
Chronicle Extra (Newcastle upon Tyne)
Colne Valley Chronicle
Coventry Telegraph
The Crawley News
Crewe Chronicle
Crosby Herald
Dover Express
Ealing Gazette
Ealing Informer
Ealing Leader
Ellesmere Port Pioneer
Enfield Advertiser
Enfield Gazette
Evening Chronicle (Newcastle upon Tyne)
Evening Gazette (Teesside)
Express & Echo
Formby Times
Fulham & Hammersmith Chronicle
The Glaswegian
Haringey Advertiser
Harrow & Wembley Observer
Harrow Informer
Harrow Leader
Havering Yellow Advertiser (Romford)
Heywood Advertiser
Highdown Books
Hounslow Borough Chronicle
Hounslow, Chiswick & Whitton Informer
Huddersfield District Chronicle
Huddersfield Examiner
Ilford & Redbridge Yellow Advertiser
The Journal (Newcastle upon Tyne)
Kensington & Chelsea Informer
Lewisham & Greenwich Mercury
Loughborough Echo
Manchester Metro News
Maghull Star
Middleton Guardian
Mitcham, Morden & Wimbledon Post
Neath Guardian
North East Manchester Advertiser
Nottingham Post
Oldham Advertiser
Ormskirk Advertiser
Paisley Daily Express
The Press (Barnet and Hendon)
Prestwich Advertiser
Reading Post
Rochdale Observer
Rossendale Free Press
Runcorn & Widnes Weekly News
Salford Advertiser
Slough Express
Stockport Express / Macclesfield Express / Wilmslow Express
Surrey Advertiser
Southport Visiter
South Manchester Reporter
South Liverpool Merseymart
South Wales Echo
Staines Informer
Streatham, Clapham & West Norwood Post
Surrey Herald
Surrey Mirror Advertiser
Sutton & Epsom Post
Tameside Advertiser / Glossop Advertiser
Uxbridge & Hillingdon Leader
Uxbridge Gazette
Walton & Weybridge Informer
The Wharf (Canary Wharf)
Trinity Mirror Scotland[edit] Scottish Papers
Airdrie and Coatbridge Advertiser
Ayrshire Post
Blairgowrie Advertiser
Business
Dumfries and Galloway Standard
East Kilbride News
Galloway News
Hamilton Advertiser
Irvine Herald
Kilmarnock Standard
Metro Scotland
Paisley Daily Express
Perthshire Advertiser
Scottish Business Insider
Stirling Observer
Strathearn Herald
The Lennox Herald
West Lothian Courier
Wishaw Press

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