Johnston Press still seeking RAA as publisher put up for sale

James Phillips
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Newspaper publisher Johnston Press is pushing on with hopes to detach itself from its defined benefit (DB) pension scheme as it launched a search for a buyer.

The company - which owners the i newspaper, The Scotsman and around 200 local newspapers - today (11 October) launched a formal sale process in a bid to raise revenue to pay for around £220m of deb...

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