Editor of the beleaguered left-wing Tribune magazine Chris McLaughlin was rumoured today to be in talks trying to raise finance or attract a buyer to save the title.
Tribune, which has gone from a weekly to a fortnightly, dates back to 1937 when it was set up by Labour Party MPs Stafford Cripps and George Strauss.
Exactly a year ago its future looked bleak but staff and readers came up with a rescue plan. However, proposals to move to a co-operative have fallen through and external finance is being sought.
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