Citing your References in the mhra style


How to cite newspaper articles – print and online



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2.4.2 How to cite newspaper articles – print and online

General rules:

  • If no individual author is credited, start the reference with the title of the article.

  • Put the article title in single quotation marks and newspaper title in italics. The titles of works of literature occurring within article titles should be italicized or placed within double quotation marks, to differentiate.

  • If you have accessed the article via a newspaper database, include online details at the end of the reference: add the URL or DOI of the resource details in angle brackets  and the date accessed in square brackets [accessed day month year]. 


Footnote format: Firstname Lastname, ‘Article Title’, Newspaper Title, day month year, p. x

For example:

Jackie Kay, ‘Poetry…a Beautiful Renaissance’, Guardian, 29 January 2011, p. 30.

Stuart Jeffries, ‘Literature: Ventriloquist to the dead’, Guardian, 9 November 2012, p.34 [accessed 10 October 2014].


Bibliography format: Lastname, Firstname, ‘Article Title’, Newspaper Title, day month year, p. x

For example:

Kay, Jackie, ‘Poetry…a Beautiful Renaissance’, Guardian, 29 January 2011, p. 30

Jeffries, Stuart, ‘Literature: Ventriloquist to the dead’, Guardian, 9 November 2012 [accessed 10 October 2014]







2.5 Web pages

General rules:

  • If no individual author is credited, you can use the name of the organisation responsible for the web page e.g. The Poetry Book Society. 

  • If the web page is part of a larger resource or site, put the title of the page in single quotation marks and the title of the site in italics. 

  • For the date, give the year the page was last updated if available If this information is not available, use ‘[n.d.]’ (= no date)

  • If you have accessed the article via a newspaper database, include online details at the end of the reference: add the URL or DOI of the resource details in angle brackets  and the date accessed in square brackets [accessed day month year]. 





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