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The Daily Telegraph

Its unwavering support of the Conservative party has earned Britain's widest circulation quality newspaper the moniker of “Torygraph”. Predictably anti-Labour and anti-Europe the paper lacks any of the culture of debate that characterises the Guardian. In 2014 the Telegraph came under criticism for replacing increasing numbers of renowned journalists with young, inexperienced ones.

Medium: daily
Political orientation: Conservative
Circulation: 505,000 (2014)
Frequency of publication: Monday to Saturday
Visits per month: 50.000.000 - 100.000.000
Online payment model: Some content subject to a charge

Location: London, United Kingdom
Publisher: Telegraph Media Group
Area of distribution: Nationwide
Established: 1855

111 Buckingham Palace Road, London, SW1W 0DT
Phone: 0044 20 7931 2000
Twitter: @Telegraph, @TelegraphNews

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1.  The Daily Telegraph - United Kingdom | 08/04/2015

Blair an anti-democratic Brussels boy

Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair has harshly criticised Prime Minister David Cameron's plans to hold a referendum on exiting the EU in 2017. Blair's ... » more

2.  The Daily Telegraph - United Kingdom | 11/05/2014

West pushed Eastern Ukrainians into Putin's arms

The EU and the US bear partial responsibility for the fact that so many Eastern Ukrainians want independence from Kiev, columnist Daniel Hannan writes in ... » more

3.  The Daily Telegraph - United Kingdom | 27/04/2012

Boost growth in the UK

After the British government officially slipped back into a recession on Wednesday the conservative Daily Telegraph calls for a more aggressive growth strategy: "The austerity ... » more

4.  The Daily Telegraph - United Kingdom | 17/08/2009

The British healthcare system must be open to criticism

The British healthcare system the NHS is often cited as a model in the debate over US healthcare. Yet it must not be immune to ... » more

5.  The Daily Telegraph - United Kingdom | 25/09/2007

Should the mini-treaty be adopted through a referendum?

Gisela Sutart is a labour MP, and is adamantly in favour of a referendum despite the party leader Gordon Brown's hesitation. "The notion that a ... » more

6.  The Daily Telegraph - United Kingdom | 03/08/2006

Eurotunnel gets a reprieve

Persuading the French courts to keep the 'trou noir sous la Manche' afloat during restructuring talks was a feat of persuasion for Eurotunnel boss Jacques ... » more

7.  The Daily Telegraph - United Kingdom | 16/12/2005

The negotiations on the European budget

The daily regrets that Tony Blair has failed to follow up on his early calls for urgent reform of the Common Agricultural Policy [CAP], which ... » more


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