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12 weeks subscription to the Economist for £2.00

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Choose from Digital , Print, or Digital+Print subscription . It cost £12 for 12 weeks but you have £10 cashback through TCB which means you will only pay £2 for 12 weeks. The digital + print gives… Read More
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5m, 1w agoFound 5 months, 1 week ago
Choose from Digital , Print, or Digital+Print subscription . It cost £12 for 12 weeks but you have £10 cashback through TCB which means you will only pay £2 for 12 weeks.

The digital + print gives you:
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Online archive since 1997

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1 Like #1
It's a great deal. I've had a few of these trial subscriptions over the years. They're easy to cancel too.
I feel as though I couldn't live without the Economist Audio Edition

Edited By: quidstretchy on Dec 17, 2016 10:10
#2
One of the most biased and corrupt newsprint out there. Heat for those that share their partisan views.
7 Likes #3
oqey
One of the most biased and corrupt newsprint out there. Heat for those that share their partisan views.

Yeah the main stream media am I right? I prefer blogs and YouTube for my news /s

The economist is a decent publication full of insight and verifiable fact. Ignore the clown above.
#4
When you are so consumed by propaganda masquerading as truth you ignore reality.
#5
oqey
When you are so consumed by propaganda masquerading as truth you ignore reality.
It's not reality that I ignore, fortunately, HUKD has a button for what I do choose to ignore.
#6
oqey
When you are so consumed by propaganda masquerading as truth you ignore reality.

You clever big word man. We peasants like read Economist.
#7
They have really gone downhill over the last few years. Nowadays they are like The Sun of economics publications.
#8
One econ says thanks.
#9
poopertmurcock
oqey
One of the most biased and corrupt newsprint out there. Heat for those that share their partisan views.
Yeah the main stream media am I right? I prefer blogs and YouTube for my news /s
The economist is a decent publication full of insight and verifiable fact. Ignore the clown above.
Which YouTube channels you use for news? Personally I found The Economist too biased
1 Like #10
Nice one. I'll give this a go

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