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The Daily Telegraph has sacked its editor, Tony Gallagher, and declared it will “reinvent the way we work” and move beyond news publishing.

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Bill Hagerty on the press: Letts get it straight: this is uncalled for

THERE'S NO point, as my old dad used to say, of being the richest man in the cemetery. Not unless you're only visiting, of course. I imparted this wisdom to Quentin Letts, the Daily Mail's prolific political sketch writer, theatre critic and Jack-of-all-journalistic-trades. Earning at a rate the Royal Mint may have trouble accommodating, he chortled at my dad's mots justes - as well he might, being rich and not in the cemetery.

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The Evening Standard has drawn up plans to launch a free afternoon newspaper in the capital to combat falling circulation and as a pre-emptive strike against Richard Desmond's plans to publish a rival free-sheet.

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Ad agencies threaten to cry foul if Mail buys The Telegraph Group

The Daily Mail & General Trust's hopes of buying The Telegraph Group have been dealt a blow after media-buying agencies threatened to appeal to media regulator Ofcom if the deal went ahead.

'Poisonous' Campbell provoked cynicism, Mail editor tells MPs

The editor of the Daily Mail, Paul Dacre, launched a highly personal attack on Alastair Campbell yesterday, accusing him of engendering a "poisonous" culture of spin within the heart of Government.

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