Tribune (Liberal Party newspaper)
The Tribune was the official British Liberal Party newspaper founded by Franklin Thomasson MP in 1906 as a bold but disastrous experiment in newspaper production. It was a penny newspaper of a solid but serious nature.
Thomasson gathered about him for the purpose one of the most distinguished staffs in the history of journalism, and the amount of money involved was enormous. But the venture failed and the Tribune ceased its short career in 1908.
- Philip Gibbs' novel The Street of Adventure
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