5 Facts About Daily Express

1. The Daily Express carried an exclusive interview with Adams, whom Hoskins interviewed in a safe house away from other newspapers.

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2. In January 2010, the Daily Express was censured by the Advertising Standards Authority over a front-page promotion for "free" fireworks.

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3. The Daily Express retains minority interest of one-third plus the right to publish Rupert Bear stories in certain Express publications.

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4. The Daily Express switched from broadsheet to tabloid in 1977, and was bought by the construction company Trafalgar House in the same year.

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5. In 1938, the publication moved to the Daily Express Express Building, Manchester designed by Owen Williams on the same site in Great Ancoats Street.

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