The Guardian is a British daily broadsheet newspaper, originally founded in 1821 as The Manchester Guardian, now edited by Alan Rusbridger. The paper has experienced considerable growth since starting as a local newspaper, now selling around two hundred thousand newspapers each day in the UK, the third largest behind The Times and The Daily Telegraph. The Guardian also operates a sister paper, sold on Sundays, known as The Observer, as well as The Guardian Weekly Newspaper. Stories found in all of these papers can also be found online, as well as on mobile devices using The Guardian app.
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