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April 1, 2005

Killing time in Whitehall receptions can be a revealing business. The Department of Trade and Industry aims to inform guests with two copies of The Independent, Financial Times, The Guardian and The Daily Telegraph . But at the Department for Education and Skills the situation is more depressing. Guests last week were met with four copies of Metro , the newspaper given away free at London Tube stations.

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