Britain Investigates Saudi Influence on Two of its Newspapers


Outside London's Waterloo station, stacks of the Evening Standard are regularly demolished by frazzled commuters heading home. The paper chiefly covers lifestyle rather than hard news, but a straw poll of readers nevertheless reveals unease that a Saudi sultan has recently taken a 30% stake in its parent firm for around £25m ($31m).

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