(also quality newspaper)
A newspaper, typically a broadsheet, that is considered to deal seriously with issues and to have high editorial standards.
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- The resulting crisis was the dominant headline in newspapers across Europe, being the focus of attention in quality papers and the tabloid press alike.
- Emerging from the newspaper world where he had assembled a stable of quality papers for the publishers Eyre and Spottiswoode, Bracken was first elected to the House of Commons in 1929 as Conservative member for North Paddington.
- But it is strange that even editors of the best quality papers believe they are responding to a kind of thermometer of popular feeling or need, when they downgrade the content or style of their pages.