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In 2012 the Burton Mail became part of the Local World group, formed by David Montgomery, who purchased Northcliffe Media from the Daily Mail and General Trust and, separately, Iliffe News and Media - of which the Burton Mail was part.
The purchase of the businesses was approved by the Office of Fair Trading on 28 June, 2013.
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The Burton Mail (formerly the Burton Daily Mail) is a British daily newspaper published each weekday and on Saturdays.
Its 115 titles are formed primarily by those of Harmsworth's historic Northcliffe Newspapers Group, alongside other smaller purchases made by DMGT and Local World subsequently, including the 2007 purchase from Trinity.
The purchase increases Trinity Mirror's local circulation by around 50%. The Burton Mail is currently edited by Emma Turton, who took up the position in September 2014.
He started off at Leicester Royal infirmary and was later transferred to Nottingham where he received Chemotherapy treatment. The transplant operation was conducted at a hospital in Sheffield. Thanks to Dane’s selfless decision to donate bone marrow to his brother, Aston has now made a full recovery.It covers the East Staffordshire, South Derbyshire and North West Leicestershire areas.In the period December 2010-June 2011, it had an average daily circulation of 12,198.The only paid-for title in Burton-on-Trent, the Mail has been established for more than a century, and prints news from the town and its surrounding area.Burton Mail is part of Staffordshire Newspapers Limited, a media group which encompasses two daily newspapers, five weekly newspapers, and a selection of magazine titles.