Charlie Brooker: The Sun needs to reinvent itself – less bullying, more of the zany fun of Twitter

Charlie Brooker: The Sun needs to reinvent itself – less bullying, more of the zany fun of Twitter

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The paper called me 'a shouty third-rate TV presenter', which seems firm but fairSo then, witch-hunted tip-top soaraway tabloid the Sun will soon be available in a sizzling Sunday edition. Turns out the soothsayers were mistaken: the Sun isn't dying, it's expanding. Which, ironically, is precisely what an actual sun...
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