Albion is now applied to England in a poetic capacity.
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The Herald extensively reports on Plymouths sports teams including Plymouth Argyle.
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During 2005 the company introduced a number of measures to manage discretionary spending more carefully, in 2007 the company sought to sell a number of titles, the Reading Chronicle was sold to Berkshire Media Group and 25 Trinity Mirror South titles were sold to Northcliffe.