Media: Talk of the Trade: Moore on Sunday
Wednesday 21 October 1992
Moore started as one of the late Peter Utley's leader-writing protegees on the Daily Telegraph, then became deputy editor of the Spectator under Alexander Chancellor. When Chancellor was sacked, he encouraged Moore to take his seat. From there Moore returned to the Daily Telegraph as deputy editor. He did not quite fit in with the politics of the editor, Max Hastings: Moore is loyal to Baroness Thatcher and opposed to Maastricht. He says changes to the Sunday paper will be 'evolutionary, not revolutionary'.
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