British Union flags fly in front of the Big Ben clocktower of The Houses of Parliament in central London, Britain February 24, 2016. REUTERS/Hannah McKay
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British Prime Minister David Cameron Monday helped launch the country's first new national daily newspaper in 30 years, which vowed to show that print news could prosper in the Internet age.Despite plummeting sales of print newspapers, which led The Independent to announce last week that it was moving online, the new paper insisted that its unique format would help it survive.The 40-page newspaper was given away free Monday, and will trial at 25 pence (0.32 euro, $0.35) for two weeks and 50 pence after that.The new paper is being launched shortly after the Independent daily said it would be printing its last print edition on March 26 and shifting fully online.
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