Daily Star Sunday

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The Daily Star Sunday is a weekly tabloid newspaper published in the United Kingdom. It was launched as a sister title to the Daily Star on 15 September 2002, and has a separate editorial staff to the Daily Star.

The Daily Star Sunday is published by Express Newspapers, which along with the Daily Star also publishes the Daily Express and Sunday Express. The group is now owned by Richard Desmond's Northern and Shell company. The paper predominately focuses on stories largely revolving around celebrities, sport, and news and gossip about popular television programmes, such as soap operas and reality TV shows.

Its editor is Gareth Morgan, who took over the post in 2003 when the paper's launch editor, Hugh Whittow, moved to become the deputy editor of the Daily Express.

Regular features

The newspaper features a glamorous picture of a woman on Page 3, however in contrast to its daily stablemate, the Daily Star Sunday is almost always nudity-free. It contains regular opinion columns from Joe Mott and Garry Bushell along with a showbiz column Rehab, edited by James Ingham.

Other regular features in the Daily Star Sunday include a film review column by Andy Lea, Game On, a gadgets and games section by Paul Vale, and Mark Forsyth's No Limits motoring page. In the sports pages, sports editor Ray Ansboro writes a column called Ray's Yer Game.

Like the Daily Star, the paper runs a readers' comment page based around text messages that are apparently printed...
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