The Irish Post

The Irish Post is a newspaper for the Irish community in Great Britain. It was founded by journalist Breandán Mac Lua and Tony Beatty, a businessman from County Waterford in Ireland. Thomas Crosbie Holdings (TCM) acquired the paper in 2003.It was published every Wednesday until 17 August 2011 when TCM put the paper into voluntary liquidation, citing five years of financial losses as the reason. Following a period of more than six weeks off the shelves, within which staff and supporters of the title launched the 'Save the Irish Post' campaign, the title was bought by Cork-born, London-based businessman Elgin Loane as a going concern.
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