Saturday 17 July 1999
The Independent's rise bucks the trend of the total broadsheet market, which was down 1.5 per cent. It was a particularly bad month for The Daily Telegraph, which recorded its lowest total of full-price sales since records began. These figures complete a devastating week for the Telegraph after the Press Complaints Commission censured the paper for paying Victoria Aitken, daughter of the jailed former cabinet minister, to write about her father. A senior industry figure said last night: "It will be difficult for the Telegraph to take the high moral ground again, having been found guilty by the industry of paying the daughter of a common criminal."
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