UK newspapers sites:
Broadsheet Daily - known for its photo journalism
and fantastic atricle on HomeWork
- Updated daily with the latest
The Telegraph - Updated daily with
the latest news
The Guardian and Observer - Greats
site with lots of 'extra' goodies.
The Economist - The international
weekly journal of news,
ideas, opinion and analysis.
The Daily Mail - On-line version of
this popular UK daily.
Limited to the IT sections of the
The Financial Times - Share Prices,
financial news.Read by more
than a million people in over 140
London Evening Standard - Often has
'late breaking' stories as it is
published late in the day.
The Daily Express - Daily newspaper -
You may have to 'register'
for access to most newspaper
sites. However you only have to do this
once and its free.
Extra Media Sites
What do I do?
Simply follow the
instructions on each site you
wish to access. You will be asked to
provide a user name and a password
each time you want access to the site.
The best known news agency
Reuters and their site has
a 'news wire' showing the latest breaking
stories. Plus you can
view the foreign Reuters sites.
Using the Press
Association site you can get them to
e-mail you the news each
Remember that images and
other sites is usually protected by
copyright, and cannot be used
for commercial purposes without the
permission of the site owner.
Most sites have details as to what can be
copied and re-used and
for what purpose. Private study is often
Check out the
Daily Mail copyright
page for a good example.
Check it out before you