British press

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  • As such her election received considerable attention at the time from the British press.
  • The story found its way into the British press much faster than expected.
  • The club soon got the attention of the British press.
  • The British press were more critical of the series than the American.
  • The family returned to the United States after the British press stories.
  • His problems have received regular coverage in the British press, especially since leaving professional football.
  • The performance was well received in the British press.
  • He is notable for involvement in many legal cases reported in the British press.
  • During this period, he also featured regularly in the British press.
  • The report was well received by the British press.
  • She produced a number of reports, which received wide coverage in the British press.
  • The British press broke the story and Germany eventually rejected the offer.
  • Their records generally received bad reviews in the British press.
  • They received press attention which was positive in Australia but negative in the British press.
  • He has written for the British press and contributed to BBC radio and television programs.
  • The negative reaction to the film was widely reported in the British press.
  • Published in London the following year, the book was well received by the British press and critics.
  • His written work is frequently published or quoted by the British press.
  • At the time its release, the album was hailed by the British press.
  • Respecting this work, the British press generally has spoken in the highest terms. Cited from Modern Atheism Under its Forms, by James Buchanan
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