(NEW YORK TIMES) The news swept the world, applauded as a sign of progress. After 40 years Britain's Sun newspaper, according to news reports this week, would stop running photographs of topless women on its Page 3.
But late Wednesday the paper, which still sells about two million copies a day, posted an image on its Twitter account of what it said was tomorrow's third page. On it? A topless woman.
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