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Recorder apologises over delay

12:09 27 June 2014

Romford Recorder

Romford Recorder

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Due to problems with production, the Romford Recorder will be in shops later than usual this week.

All outlets will have the paper by tomorrow morning, and some are expected to have copies available later today.

We apologise for the inconvenience and hope you will pick up your copy as usual for all the latest news from the borough.

In the mean time you can view our e-edition here romfordrecorder.co.uk/home/e-edition.

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