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"It's such a desperately superficial argument coming from both sides" Former telegraph'>Sunday Telegraph editor Baroness Wheatcroft says neither of the candidates for Prime Minister has a workable plan to help people this winter #Newsnight 

Once at the scene officers found a white Citroen van had crashed into a sign post and telegraph pole

✍️ Writing for The Telegraph, Chris Philp said the Modern Slavery Act – introduced in 2015 – was being exploited by human rights lawyers to keep illegal migrants and foreign murderers and rapists in the UK

🗞 The front page of tomorrow's telegraph'>Daily Telegraph: 'Modern slavery law is 'biggest loophole' for migrants' #TomorrowsPapersToday  Sign up for the Front Page newsletter

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Very sad. We @timothy_stanley  & @iainmartin1 ) interviewed Darius on our old Telegraph podcast a few years back. He had a brilliant sense of humour about himself and was very charming.

'Adam was a wonderful journalist, with a brilliant eye for colour and detail that made his stories shine': Ex-Independent and Telegraph journalist Adam Lusher dies aged 51

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Without the North Korean style telegraph'>MailExpressSunTelegraph axis Johnson would have been ditched already. That they continue to prop him with such slavish and dishonest coverage merely delays the inevitable. But my God what a weird sense of Britain it all conveys to the world.

Partygate is now in “you couldn’t make it up” territory. From @Telegraph ⁩

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Whenever I expressed a view about Palestine - certainly during my Telegraph years - people would always say ‘oh, you know, it’s all very complicated.’ There is nothing complicated about what we are witnessing now: this is butchery, plain and simple, and it is profoundly evil.

José Mourinho has been sacked by Tottenham, confirmed. Ryan Mason set to take over until June as reported by Telegraph. ?⚪️ #Spurs  #THFC  @JPercyTelegraph 

Where we're at... Source close to VP says Pence wants to spend remaining days in office letting the world know the US government remains operational. "Need to telegraph to our allies and adversaries that we have a fully functioning government," the source said.

I worked with Johnson at the Telegraph for 12 years. Never once do I remember him going to a local pub. Not even for one of the leaving dos of the poor sub-editors who had to try to fact-check his crap columns and make them readable.

The telegraph'>Sunday Telegraph reports there was a pandemic trial run, it was found the NHS would be overwhelmed, no extra funding was forthcoming to put this right and it was hushed up. The NHS didn’t fail the test: those in government did.

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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?

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