News out today that the British version of the Readers Digest has gone into administration. It has been published since 1938.
I used to love that magazine, even though I haven't seen a copy for years.
Sorry to hear there won't be any more.
In the US, Reader's Digest has had some troubles as well, but things seem to be looking up a bit.
http://www.mercurynews.com/business/ci_ … ck_check=1
I grew up reading it as well.
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