Time Out London Delays Publishing After Fire Destroys Over 200,000 Copies

By: Mark Sweney | The Guardian

Time Out London magazine will fail to publish on time for the first time in more than 44 years, after a warehouse fire destroyed more than 200,000 copies of this week’s edition.

The free title, which is normally distributed across the capital on a Tuesday, has been forced to reprint almost 75% of its 306,000 run after a fire at its warehouse in Bicester, which was caused by a gas-powered forklift truck exploding.

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