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UK: Semi-Naked Women & Media

‘Page 3 would be best thing my son could see in The Sun’

Often when people visit the UK, one of the things they are surprised by is that several of the daily tabloid newspapers feature pictures of semi-naked women.

The most well known is The Sun – which has printed pictures of topless models on page three for forty four years. The paper is owned by Rupert Murdoch. But now it appears the tradition has come to an end – all this week the page three models have been wearing bikinis – but not fully topless.

Nicola Mclean who’s a TV personality and former Sun newspaper Page Three model spoke to TV’s Lucy Hockings.

Nicola Mclean: ‘Don’t like Page 3? Go buy a broadsheet’

After nearly 45 years it looks like the tradition of a topless woman on Page 3 of the Sun has come to an end. Former glamour model Nicola Mclean spoke about what she called “the end of an era”.

Nicola said: “They’ve put many young women out of work… if Page 3 had gone when I was doing it, I would have been struggling to pay my mortgage.”

Source: BBC News


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