British newspaper which is traditionally printed in broadsheet, but has now taken to also printing in a tabloid size after realising that no one was really buying and trying to appeal to younger readings.
Changes it's support depending on what it feels. Currently supports the Conservatives but supported Labour in the 2001 and 2005 general elections
Same person who owns The Times also owns The Sun
and generally has the same journalists writing for both but under different names to make it seem as though they are seperate entites.
The Times has a crap readership and relies on The Sun being sold and used for advertising so it can make up for it's losses.