Bauer Media has announced its decision to suspend publication of more! magazine after 25 years, saying economic conditions mean the product is "no longer viable".
In a statement on the more! website Bauer Media said the decision to suspend publication would take effect from this week's issue, adding: "more! is a well-loved brand which, throughout its impressive 25 year history, has touched, entertained and informed generations of young women in the UK.
"The magazine has constantly evolved in order to remain relevant to its audience but continuing challenging economic conditions mean that the product is no longer viable."
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