Is there a newspaper today? How to buy the Queen Special Edition


Supermarkets and other retailers are either completely closed or closed for part of the day following the Queen’s funeral

So if you want to get a copy, how can you do it?

Newspapers printed special editions to mark the Queen’s funeral (Image: AFP/Getty Images)

How do I get a copy of your newspaper?

NationalWorld is part of a wider group of news titles from across the UK. These include newspapers like The Scottish, Yorkshire Post and Portsmouth news.

If you would like a copy of your local newspaper, they are still printed as usual on Monday (September 19). But with supermarkets and other newspaper retailers closed or operating with very limited opening hours, you might be wondering how to get hold of a newspaper.

National World – the publisher of – said you can pick up copies at most local independent newsagents, as they’ll likely stay open all day – or at least, for most of the daytime.

He also said he has increased the supply of these outlets to ensure sufficient stock.

If you can’t visit one of these retailers today, most will be happy to reserve a copy for you if you contact them in advance. Prepaid vouchers can be redeemed at all local voucher merchants.

If you have any questions, you should contact the National World Special Editions team via this email address: [email protected]

How can you get a copy of a national newspaper?

Other publishers are also continuing to print physical copies of their newspapers containing special edition coverage of the Queen’s state funeral, as well as other events taking place throughout the day.

It’s likely these will be available the same as NationalWorld’s sister titles.

To check how to get a copy, it’s worth visiting the websites of the individual title you want to get, or that of its publisher. NationalWorld has listed them below:


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