In the wake of the Daily Mirror’s front page, a number of headlines have been left on the front page of the paper.
In response, the Mirror has decided to take action.
On Sunday, the Daily Press has decided not to run the Daily Sun’s headline but instead has written: “What’s your favourite headline?”
The headline is not only one of the most popular in the Mirror but also one of its most popular stories of the week.
This week’s headline has been taken from the Daily Post’s frontpage.
The headline has since been changed to “How the Daily Telegraph’s headline got stuck in traffic”.
The Mirror’s headline was the first headline to be altered by the Mirror on Sunday.
The Mirror and Daily Post have both taken the action by removing the headline and replacing it with a similar headline.
They have also removed the Daily Express’s headline.
The Daily Mail has also been contacted by the Daily Star about the Mirror’s action and will provide a statement when the paper is ready.
The story that caused the biggest headlines of the weekend was the Daily News’ front page story about the death of former MP Stephen Fry.
It has now been removed from the front pages of the Mirror and the Daily Record and replaced with a headline that has been changed.
The new headline is: “The man who made a fortune in Britain’s legal and political markets dies in prison”.
The Daily News has taken a similar approach to its front page headline.
This time the headline has now also been changed, but not to remove the reference to Mr Fry’s death.
It is also being edited so that it no longer references Mr Fry and is now simply referring to his conviction.
The changes to the Daily Herald’s front pages are also being made, but it is unclear what effect these changes will have on the Daily Report.
Both the Daily Guardian and Daily Mail have apologised for their decision to change the front matter of their newspapers.
A number of people who have written to the Mirror, Daily Post and Mirror in recent days have also written to them in support of their decision.
The Sun’s front-page headline was also changed and the story that led to it being altered has now had its story edited.
The News has also removed one of their front pages that it had been running in previous weeks, and replaced it with the headline “This is the day our story was told”.
The Sun has also taken a number that were previously published online and changed them in a manner that no longer reflects the editorial tone of the newspaper.
The newspaper has apologised to the victims of the crime in the case of the murder of Andrew Jones, who died of injuries sustained in the attack.