The Observer | How we became a nation of subscribers
First published in 1791, The Observer is the world's oldest Sunday newspaper.
It's broken some huge stories in its time, but in its 231st year it landed the big one: revealing how the UK has become a nation of subscribers, with everything from coffee to cat treats to craft gin arriving on a regular basis through the letterbox. And – yes, you guessed it – socks courtesy of The London Sock Exchange.
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