Sunday Correspondent

The Sunday Correspondent was a short-lived British weekly national broadsheet newspaper. Launched on 17 September 1989, it ceased publication on 25 November 1990. It was edited by Peter Cole.

On launching, the paper billed itself as the first new quality Sunday title for 28 years (since the launch of The Sunday Telegraph in 1961). By the time it folded just over a year later, it was attempting to position itself as Britain's first quality tabloid. Underfunding, a perceived lack of glamour and personality, and the launch of The Independent on Sunday in January 1990 were all likely factors in its demise. The Guardian journalists Jonathan Freedland and Luke Harding, the BBC's business editor Robert Peston and art critic Andrew Graham Dixon all started their national careers on the title.

One of the features in the Correspondent was Pass Notes, which was taken up by The Guardian in 1992, where it has remained ever since.

Defunct newspapers of the United Kingdom
  • British Gazette
  • The Bullionist
  • Daily Chronicle
  • Daily Courant
  • Daily Express (1878)
  • Daily Gazette
  • Daily Gazetteer
  • Daily Herald
  • Daily News
  • Daily Sketch
  • Daily Sport
  • The Day
  • Financial News
  • Financier and Bullionist
  • Greyhound Express
  • The Hour
  • Indicator
  • Jewish Times
  • Morning Chronicle
  • Morning Herald
  • Morning Leader
  • The Morning Post
  • Morning Star
  • News Chronicle
  • The Post
  • Sporting Chronicle
  • Sporting Life
  • The Sportsman (1865)
  • The Sportsman (2006)
  • Today
  • Empire News
  • Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper
  • National News
  • News of the World
  • News on Sunday
  • Reynold's News
  • Sunday Business
  • Sunday Chronicle
  • Sunday Correspondent
  • Sunday Dispatch
  • Sunday Evening Telegram
  • Sunday Graphic
  • Sunday Illustrated
  • Sunday Referee
  • Sunday Sportsman
  • Sunday Worker
  • The Age
  • Early Times
  • The European
  • Examiner
  • The Graphic
  • The Illustrated London News
  • The Leader
  • Mark Lane Express
  • The Sphere
  • The True Sun
  • Birmingham Evening Despatch
  • Bristol Mercury
  • Bristol Evening World
  • Burnley Evening Star
  • Chatham Evening Post
  • Chelmsford Evening Herald
  • Darlington Evening Dispatch
  • Doncaster Evening Post
  • Edinburgh Evening Dispatch
  • Evening Citizen (Glasgow)
  • Hereford Evening News
  • Huddersfield Daily Chronicle
  • Eastern Morning News (Hull)
  • Glasgow Evening News
  • Jewish Post and Gazette (London)
  • Jewish Times (London)
  • Kent Today
  • Leicester Daily Post
  • Leicester Evening Mail
  • Liverpool Courier
  • Liverpool Evening Express
  • London Daily News
  • The London Paper
  • Luton Evening Post
  • Manchester Evening Chronicle
  • Northern Whig (Belfast)
  • Nottingham Daily Express
  • Nottingham Evening News
  • Nottingham Journal
  • Scottish Daily News
  • Shields Evening News
  • Southern Daily Mail (Portsmouth)
  • Slough Evening Mail
  • Surrey Daily Advertiser
  • Watford Evening Echo
  • Yorkshire Evening News
London evening
  • The Echo
  • Evening News
  • The Globe
  • Jewish Evening News
  • London Lite
  • Pall Mall Gazette
  • St. James's Gazette
  • The Star
  • Westminster Gazette
  • Sunday Pink (Manchester)
  • Sunday Sentinel (Stoke)
  • Western Independent (Plymouth)
  • Yorkshire on Sunday

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