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Associated Newspapers Ltd

 

an English publishing company, founded in 1905, which came under the control of the newspaper magnate Lord Rothermere in 1922. In London, Associated Newspapers Ltd. publishes the newspapers The Daily Mail, Daily Sketch, and The Evening News; magazines; handbooks; and yearbooks. It has subsidiaries in other cities of Great Britain. The publications of Associated Newspapers Ltd. support the Conservative Party.

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The judge analysed the dispute at a High Court hearing in Manchester last month, ruled in favour of Associated Newspapers, which publishes the Daily Mail and the Mail on Sunday, ordering Mr Bannatyne to foot lawyers' bills run up by the group.
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Evening Standard Ltd and Associated Newspapers both denied libel and said their allegations were substantially true.
Associated Newspapers said it had entered a period of consultation over the future of the newspaper, "which may result inclosure".
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Associated Newspapers agreed to print an apology and pay pounds 70,000 in damages.

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