A man poses holding up a copy of the new look tabloid Guardian national newspaper on January 15, 2018. AFP / ADRIAN DENNIS
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Britain's Guardian newspaper adopted a new tabloid format and a re-designed masthead with simple black lettering from Monday as part of a drive to cut costs.The left-leaning newspaper previously had a blue and white masthead and in 2005 had adopted a Berliner format, midway between a broadsheet and a tabloid.The Guardian is selling or scrapping its three presses worth £80 million ($110 million) to cut costs and printing will be outsourced to tabloid-format presses run by Trinity Mirror media group.However, the scale of the losses has forced the paper to cut costs, with around 300 job losses.
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