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British newspaper the Independent announced it will move to a digital-only format later this month. Dan Kitwood/Getty Images hide caption

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Whither Bridget Jones? Britain's 'Independent' Newspaper Goes Digital

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If You're Looking To Read 'Lady Things,' Choose Jezebel Over Jones

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Helen Fielding says she wanted to explore a common predicament: getting older, finding yourself single again, and having to deal with a changed dating landscape. Alisa Connan hide caption

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Helen Fielding On Bridget Jones: Still Looking Good At 51

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Bridget In Middle Age: We're Not So 'Mad About' This Girl

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Exclusive First Read: 'Bridget Jones: Mad About The Boy'

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