Is the British newspaper archive free?
The British Newspaper Archive is free to search. To view the content in a newspaper page image, there is a choice of time-limited Pay As You Go or subscription packages. The current pricing details are on the BNA subscriptions page.
How many pages are there in the British newspapers?
On each of the nearly 40 million pages, articles from urban and rural newspapers from between 1800 and the 1950s—numbering in the hundreds of millions—are now available online, many for the first time. The majority of newspaper pages in the BNA cover England, with a heavy concentration on densely-populated London.
What is the British Library Newspapers section?
It was launched in November 2011. The British Library Newspapers section was based in Colindale in north London, until 2013,  and is now divided between the St Pancras and Boston Spa sites.  The library has an almost complete collection of British and Irish newspapers since 1840.
Where can I find old newspapers?
Millions of historical newspaper pages are now being republished and made searchable online, turning old news into new discoveries for today’s researchers. The British Newspaper Archive is the premier online resource for old newspapers published in Wales, Scotland, Ireland, or England.