I/we can't see any added value in owning a TV. Got Mr F to agree when he realised only programme he ever watched on telly was the News (easy to get on the T'internet, anyway) and one proggy on Sky. Not worth the money.
We actually chat at the dinner table and discuss politics etc. (whenever he's home - rarely enough, of course).
Shocking, eh? Not eating in front of the telly... The Times seems to be the best option for rather heated & interesting discussions.
Unfortunately your poll only allows one choice. I tend to read the Telegraph, Times, Guardian and Independent each day on the net (Oh how I hate DII FOR f**KING up the work I am suppposed to do). If I was limited to one paper it would have to be the Torygraph, however, just recently I have noticed (as have others) that there is the very occasional jem in the Guardian of all places. The Independent stinks due to the fact that they insist on you paying for the leader columns and anything interesting on the net (unlike the rest of the broadsheets) and that it allows anything that comes out of Nicholas Fisk's mouth into print.