The Daily Telegraph is Britain's biggest circulation broadsheet daily with more than one million copies sold each day and more than 1.2 million on Saturday - the day I write for it. Widely seen as a bit right-wing and old-fashioned, in terms of information per penny in my view it outstrips any other newspaper in the UK. You can see material from the paper at its excellent website Electronic Telegraph



I was a frequent and regular contributor for the personal finance section of The Daily Telegraph, published on Saturdays. I also wrote from time to time for other parts of The Daily Telegraph

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