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Yesterday’s Papers

On 10 April 1970, Paul McCartney announced that he was leaving The Beatles
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“WE WEREN’T AIMING FOR THE SAME THING” PAUL MCCARTNEY

Until The Beatles came along, drama inside the music business was never headline news. is would all change when Paul McCartney, one of the band’s primary songwriters, announced that the foursome had no intention of working together again. Fans panicked, while opportunistic newspapers sought to profit from the chaos and confusion.

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This might well be our most-packed issue ever, and we’ve got pretty much every time and place imaginable covered. Our section in the centre pages looks at those archaeological discoveries that make our understanding of the past possible – from buried kings to mysterious writings.