A very merry Christmas to our readers

There will be no print edition of the News Letter today, Christmas Day.

By Ben Lowry
Saturday, 25th December 2021, 3:01 am
Updated Saturday, 25th December 2021, 12:04 pm
Clergy walk in procession from the Church of the Nativity, traditionally believed to be the birthplace of Jesus Christ, during Christmas festivities in the West Bank town of Bethlehem on Christmas Eve (AP Photo/Majdi Mohammed)
Clergy walk in procession from the Church of the Nativity, traditionally believed to be the birthplace of Jesus Christ, during Christmas festivities in the West Bank town of Bethlehem on Christmas Eve (AP Photo/Majdi Mohammed)

But we will be publishing newspapers as normal after then, with a Monday edition of the paper including coverage of Boxing Day sport fixtures, and daily editions all of next week, including a normal Wednesday edition with Farming Life on December 29.

Meanwhile, we will continue to be publishing daily on our website here at www.newsletter.co.uk.

Next week we will have all the usual contributions, such as Henry McDonald’s column on Monday, Ruth Dudley Edwards’ column on Tuesday and Jonny McCambridge on Wednesday.

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Our news reportage next week will continue to pay close attention to the latest developments in matters ranging from Covid to the Northern Ireland Protocol. We will also have pages of coverage of the newly declassified government files from London, Dublin and Belfast.

Next Saturday, on New Year’s Day, January 1 2022, there will be the typical bumper Weekend News Letter with Farming Life.

We wish you, our faithful readers of this, the world’s oldest daily newspaper, a very merry Christmas, as we travel on to 2022, when we will turn 285.

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