Telegraph hits back at Peter Oborne’s ‘astonishing’ attack

First Reaction
Wed 18 Feb, AT 10:29

But political commentator’s decision to quit over ‘lack’ of HSBC coverage is praised by other journalists

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Will personalised news narrow our minds not broaden them?

Fri 17 Oct, AT 10:37
Holden Frith

News algorithms that allow you to hear only the news you want to hear carry profound disadvantages


Dan Hodges, Ed Miliband and a touch of class warfare

Thu 8 May, AT 12:20
Nigel Horne

Telegraph blogger goes ballistic over Labour’s new party political spoof. Does he have a point?

Nelson Mandela obituaries: from tribal prince to world statesman

Fri 6 Dec, AT 14:53

Obituaries for Nelson Mandela tell the story of an unruly young man who grew into a great leader


Miliband calls for cap on MPs' earnings after Pritchard claim

Wed 6 Nov, AT 10:34
The Mole

Sleaze is back on the agenda as Tory MP gets caught in Telegraph sting - but has he broken any rules?

Does starting school at four cause damage to children?

Talking Point
Thu 12 Sep, AT 15:40

Education experts claim children should spend more years playing rather than in formal classes

1990s dotcom star Dan Wagner poised for return to market

One-Minute Read
Mon 17 Jun, AT 10:58

Is the man in the Daffy Duck waistcoat on the brink of a comeback with Venda IPO?

Lords for sale? How the lobbying crisis unfolded

Mon 3 Jun, AT 10:50

Claims a Tory MP and three peers accepted cash for lobbying unmasks the 'murkier side of politics'

Maracana fiasco raises Brazil World Cup and Olympic fears

First Reaction
Fri 31 May, AT 10:49

England friendly match in Rio suspended by judge over stadium safety concerns but then reinstated

Ingrid Loyau-Kennett

Ingrid Loyau-Kennett: Why I confronted Woolwich attackers

Thu 23 May, AT 10:01

Mother-of-two pictured speaking to knife-wielding assailant told him: 'You are going to lose'