The Daily Mirror’s name may have been a popular choice for a cover of the tabloid last week, but there’s one name that has not been chosen.
The Daily Star, owned by Daily Mail boss Rupert Murdoch.
It was also one of the newspapers’ most-searched terms for a few days, but it wasn’t chosen as a headline.
Instead, the paper’s top-rated headline this week was “Is it time for the Mirror to change their name?”, a reference to a new, “tough” headline from the paper.
The Mirror’s editors, James Kavanagh and Ben Smith, told The Sunday Times that the new name was not “a good choice” and it was too similar to the previous name.
“We decided that the name that we wanted to go with the paper is not a good one,” Kavanah said.
“It’s not as good as the Daily Star or the Sun or whatever else we have out there, but we decided that it’s a good choice and the best name for the paper and it’s been good for us.”
The Mirror and the Sun also both had headlines about their new name, the Mirror saying it was “a more powerful version of the old name”, while the Sun said it was a “fairer, more friendly” one.
Both newspapers said the name change was not a decision that was made lightly and was taken seriously.
The Sun’s headline on Wednesday read: “How to make the Mirror’s new name fairer and more friendly.”
Smith said the decision was not easy.
“I think we’ve got to have the right combination of names,” he said.
“There are a lot of names that are going to work for people, but when it comes to names like this one, it just doesn’t feel right to me.”
That’s why we had to make it work.
“The Sun is very clear in its name, it’s very clear on the back of the front page, and so you don’t need a headline like that to say, ‘The Sun has changed its name’.”
But it’s not a great headline, and it doesn’t convey the importance of what we’re trying to do.
“The Sun had a slightly different take.”
Our new name is not going to win awards or anything,” the paper said in a statement.”
But the fact that we’ve put it on the front of the paper today and have the headline is testament to the strength of our brand.
“A spokeswoman for the Sun declined to comment.
The paper said the change was “well within the parameters” of its editorial policies.”
She said the paper was “committed to delivering a very strong and competitive paper” with a focus on “delivering the best content possible”.””
We have an excellent editorial team, who work on a day-to-day basis to deliver a high quality, quality product for readers.”
She said the paper was “committed to delivering a very strong and competitive paper” with a focus on “delivering the best content possible”.
“The changes are in line with our editorial guidelines and our values.
We also think it is important to stress that our name is a personal choice and not one that we made lightly.”
The paper’s biggest hit, the Sun, also had a headline saying it “is more powerful”.
The paper’s editorial director, David Wall, said the headline was a reflection of the newspaper’s “strong identity” and that it was the only headline that had been selected for a long time.
“What we want to be sure of is that people are talking about The Sun, not just the Sun,” Wall said.
“We don’t want to make headlines that say, it is the only paper with a big headline.”
This is a very significant shift for The Sun.