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  1. 18 votes
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  2. Morning Star

    "No relation to the present newspaper. The original Morning Star has been described as a London outpost of Manchester radicalism."

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  3. 6 votes
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  4. Add Mid Cheshire Newspapers from the Guardian Series

    Add Mid Cheshire Newspapers from the Guardian Series

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  5. Hull Daily mail 1911

    Hull Daily mail 1911

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  6. Worcester

    please incl. papers for Worcester area - especially those containing BMD announcements

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  7. 45 votes
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  8. Gibraltar newspapers

    There are significant population movements to and from UK

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  9. Swinton and Pendlebury journal

    Swinton and Pendlebury journal

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  10. Edinburgh Advertiser

    This newspaper is a critical resource in understanding 18th century Scottish and imperial politics

    4 votes
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  11. Southport Visiter

    The Southport Visiter

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  12. The Letchworth and Baldock Citizen

    Due to the recent highly successful and widely publicised 'Herts at War' exhibition hosted in Letchworth Garden City, there has been a lot of interest in WW1 related activity in the area. Hosting The Letchworth and Baldock Citizen would mean stories connected to WW1 would be accessible to the Letchworth community.

    The early late 19c and early 20c was also the period in which Letchworth - the worlds FIRST garden city was created by the pioneer of town planning Ebeneezer Howard, This work and learnings has spread internationally ever since. Howard's and Letchworth's influence is still felt today by town…

    41 votes
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  13. All those editions deemed "unfit" at Colindale

    I spent a long time researching at Colindale. As I went along I recorded everything I was not allowed to view as the volume in question was marked "unfit". I attach my "unfit" list with corresponding Colindale Shelf numbers (although I assume this probably won't help). While some volumes on this list are probably already on this site I would imagine most are not. Any help in getting these scanned would be very helpful.

    55 votes
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  14. Papers that are too fragile to be handled or copied from in the BL reading room

    For instance the following three Lowestoft papers: The 1893 volumes of "Lowestoft Weekly Press and Beccles, Halesworth and Southwold Advertiser", "Lowestoft News and Observer and Eastern Times" and "Lowestoft Standard and East Suffolk Conservative Courier".

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  15. 36 votes
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  16. Otley and Wharfedale Observer

    Would really like to see this newspaper added for local and family history research.

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  17. 2,128 votes
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  18. Digitise Northampton Chronicle & Echo

    Northampton Chronicle & Echo

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  19. The Field

    Not just hunting, shooting and fishing, but The Field was also the journal of record for football, rugby, horse racing, yachting, tennis, polo, chess etc etc. All events in each field were meticulously recorded from 1853 onwards by the top reporters in that discipline. Look no further, all sports and personalities were covered. It is the ultimate source for researchers.

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  20. 10 votes
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