In the days of rapidly declining newspaper sales, the Sun still manages to sell over 2 million copies a day. The Sun is published every day including the new ‘Sun On Sunday’ created after the ignominious end of the News Of The World.
If you are unhappy with something the Sun has published, or some other aspect of their service or presence, you can follow our step-by-step guide to getting from angry, to ‘complaint lodged’ in no time at all.
What You’ll Need
Before you choose which method to use to get in contact with The Sun, it’s best to have the following info to hand:
- The story and issue you’re complaining about
- A breakdown of the complaint
- The journalist who wrote the article
- The action you’d like to have taken
To Complain By Phone
If you’d like to complain by phone, please feel free to contact them on this direct number: 0844 220 4101
To Complain By Post
If you’d rather complain the old fashioned way, and send them a properly British complaints letter, then feel free to do so by posting your complaint to this address:
News UK & Ireland Ltd
1 London Bridge Street
London SE1 9GF