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Rearranging the letters of 'The Sunday Times' (UK newspaper) gives:

Shyest media nut.(by William Tunstall-Pedoe using Anagram Genius) (2003)
I am shy, untested.(by Rick Rothstein using Anagram Genius) (2002)
Tedium's nasty, eh?(by Rick Rothstein using Anagram Genius) (2002)
Used shitty name.(by Rick Rothstein using Anagram Genius) (2002)
Humans eyed tits?(by Rick Rothstein using Anagram Genius) (2002)
I study the names.(by Rick Rothstein using Anagram Genius) (2002)
This steamy nude.(by Mike Mesterton-Gibbons by hand) (2002)
Yes, man, edit thus.(by Mike Mesterton-Gibbons by hand) (2002)
End myth at issue?(by Mike Mesterton-Gibbons by hand) (2002)
The day's minutes.(by Rick Rothstein using Anagram Genius) (2002)
Seedy. Shut it, man.(by Stanley Accrington by hand) (1998)
Enema study? Shit!(by Mick Tully using Anagram Genius) (1996)
Other related anagrams without their own page:
"Today" -> "Toady." (by Stanley Accrington by hand) (1998)
"Daily Mail Editorials" -> "Ideally, I alarm idiots." (by Robert Parrott using Anagram Genius) (2005)
"The Daily Telegraph Newspaper" -> "Thirteen happy well-read pages." (by William Tunstall-Pedoe using Anagram Genius) (2003)
"The Daily Telegraph Newspaper" -> "Typewriters help handle a page." (by Hans-Peter Reich using Anagram Genius) (2003)
"The Daily Telegraph Newspaper" -> "I'll hype the ten-page war spread." (by Rick Rothstein using Anagram Genius) (2003)
"The Daily Telegraph Newspaper" -> "We reap, hype paternal delights." (by William Tunstall-Pedoe using Anagram Genius) (2003)
"The Daily Telegraph Newspaper" -> "Trapped a wealthy English peer." (by William Tunstall-Pedoe using Anagram Genius) (2003)
"The Daily Telegraph Newspaper" -> "Teeniest paragraph well hyped." (by William Tunstall-Pedoe using Anagram Genius) (2003)
"The Daily Telegraph Newspaper" -> "The great, happy, well-read penis." (by anon using Anagram Genius) (2003)
"The Daily Telegraph Newspaper" -> "The large, wealthy, dapper penis." (by anon using Anagram Genius) (2003)
"The Daily Telegraph Newspaper" -> "Read happier twenty-page shell." (by William Tunstall-Pedoe using Anagram Genius) (2003)
"The Daily Telegraph Newspaper" -> "Whip pleased the general party." (by William Tunstall-Pedoe using Anagram Genius) (2003)
"The Daily Telegraph Newspaper" -> "Hey! The appalling readers wept." (by William Tunstall-Pedoe using Anagram Genius) (2003)
"The Daily Telegraph Newspaper" -> "The wet, appalling readers' hype." (by William Tunstall-Pedoe using Anagram Genius) (2003)
"The Daily Telegraph Newspaper" -> "Peepeth, get Wills and ape Harry!" (by Mick Tully using Anagram Genius) (2007) (pending approval)
"The Daily Telegraph Newspaper" -> "Appeared eh, hyping Wall Street." (by Mick Tully using Anagram Genius) (2007) (pending approval)
"The Daily Telegraph Newspaper" -> "Aha! well-typed print pages here." (by Mick Tully using Anagram Genius) (2007) (pending approval)
"The Daily Telegraph Newspaper" -> "Hell! reader-types hate Wapping." (by Mick Tully using Anagram Genius) (2007) (pending approval)
"The Daily Telegraph Newspaper" -> "Randiest 'page three'? Well happy!" (by Mick Tully using Anagram Genius) (2007) (pending approval)
"Times Educational Supplement" -> "Taunt media: misspelt 'opelunce'." (by Mick Tully using Anagram Genius) (2008) (pending approval)
"Times Educational Supplement" -> "Delete ample mispunctuations!" (by Mick Tully using Anagram Genius) (2007) (pending approval)
See also:
The Daily Star
The Mail on Sunday
The Spectator
The Daily Telegraph
The Sunday Sport
The Sunday Telegraph
The Guardian Newspaper
Daily Star
The Daily Mail
Dawn Neesom
The Spectator Magazine Office
"Peterborough" - Charlie Methven
Christian Science Monitor
Daily Express
The Daily Politics
The Daily Record
The Daily Sport
William Deedes
Detroit Free Press
The Financial Times
The Salt Lake Tribune
Metro
Piers Morgan
The News of the World
The Washington Post
The Times
The Daily Express
The Sun Newspaper
The Observer Newspaper
The Guardian and Observer
Berliner-style Guardian
'Farmers Guardian'
The Guardian
Guardian readers

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