Severe weather disrupts newspaper print and delivery as snow blankets Britain… – The Sun

SEVERE weather across the UK has delayed newspaper deliveries as Brits wake up to a covering of snow.
Four inches of the white stuff fell overnight causing travel chaos for commuters.
The weather has also caused significant disruption to newspapers printed by Newsprinters in Broxbourne.
This has affected both The Sun and The Times after snow fell in the South East.

Brits have already faced days of cancelled flights, delayed trains and backed-up motorways as a result of adverse weather.
The Met Office has warned the wintry conditions could cause commuter chaos across rail, road and airways this morning.
Meanwhile schools are being forced to shut due to the freezing weather.
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