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A 45 minute cut-off extension at all wholesalers in England, Scotland and Wales is now in place for newspaper issues dated Sunday 4th July.

Advising of the cut-off extension, the NMA said: “The Euros England vs. Ukraine game will disrupt editorial and production timelines, and box-outs will increase the amount of production time necessary for us all. As such, publishers have put this extension in place.

“Readers will also expect coverage of the event in their newspapers on Sunday morning, and it may be a big sales driver.

“Additionally, please pass on our apologies for any subsequent lateness to retail deliveries, and our thanks in advance for their efforts on Sunday.”

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