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Take advantage of The Telegraph's website being completely free to mark its 25th anniversary...here's an exclusive interview with Fabinho: 'Forget the past. We must show Liverpool deserve to win this league' via @TeleFootball 

The Telegraph pay wall is down! For one day only, to celebrate the 25th birthday of the website. If you have time on your hands and fancy a peruse, here are a few pieces from me which could be of interest...

Haven't you heard? The Telegraph website turns 25 today, and to celebrate we have taken down the paywall, meaning ALL of our content is free to read. Use this as an excuse to gorge on some serious travel inspiration.

We also have a birthday offer: 50% off a Telegraph digital subscription, first six months for only £25

We also have a birthday offer: 50% off a Telegraph digital subscription, first six months for only £25

Ok here’s my request for the @Telegraph’s big 25 anniversary day. Re-publish all the Telegraph blogs. Especially all the Milo ones.

Three Lions, 1000 games: Telegraph Sport's football writers pick their most memorable England matches via @TeleFootball 

Three Lions, 1000 games - Telegraph Sport's writers pick their most memorable England matches

In the Telegraph on Saturday was the obit of Major John Sturgis. His grandaughter @indiasturgis  told his remarkable story a couple of years back

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Boris Johnson's column in The Telegraph that the cure to mental health problems is work, is honestly the most arrogant, incorrect, upsetting piece of trash I have read in a long time. As someone who lost a loved one to depression, I cannot say this clearly enough: fuck you.

The hits keep on coming. From The Telegraph in the UK: an apology to Mrs. Trump for false reporting.

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The vile comments from some readers of this Telegraph piece about my former advisor Sonia Khan - sacked without justification by Dominic Cummings - show the dangerous sentiment being whipped up by those exploiting division, rather than seeking unity.

In the last few days The Sun, The Mail, The Telegraph and The Express have gone a little bit James Bond. We've got news for the billionaire, tax exile press barons: Change is coming.

Exclusive: Telegraph journalists tracked down Nirav Modi, the billionaire diamond tycoon who is a suspect for the biggest banking fraud in India's history

Now is the time to remember Boris Johnson gets paid £5,200 a week by The Telegraph'>Daily Telegraph.

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Barclay brothers pay Johnson £270k to write for the Telegraph and want no-deal. We taxpayers pay him £80k. Whose interests is he serving?

A problem with May’s article in today’s Telegraph is she assumes the country will ‘come back together’ if her deal passes. This is nonsense. One obvious point: the causes of brexit were not in general anything to do with the EU, therefore leaving it will solve nothing.

The front page of today's Telegraph'>London Daily Telegraph. Welcome to what single payer is really like.

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