Apart from disliking the Sun and not wishing to be part of its enforced "promotion", I also don't like the way the edition was headlined "An Unapologetic Celebration of England". Why the word "unapologetic"? Is it cocking a snook at those who feel more "British" than "English" (admittedly they are dwindling in numbers), or could it be interpreted as having a dig at the Scots? And why, for heaven's sake, is football, and a reportedly not very good football team, the focus of this sort of "celebration" of England?
No doubt some of you will think me a miserable old curmudgeon who finds offence where none is intended, but I think words are important and the word "unapologetic" was included for a purpose.
I'm inclined to think that to take the Sun to court for what appears to be a minor technical infringement might lead to the Sun being seen as a "victim" - or can anyone enlighten me as to why including the printer's name and address is of vital importance and why the matter should be pursued through the courts?
I think the reportedly significant number of people who sent the paper back, refused to accept it or put posters in their windows is a more effective strategy.