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The Daily Telegraph Newspaper Office Address, Phone Number, Email, Website

Check out the contact details of The Daily Telegraph headquarters on this page. It is consisting office address, phone number, email ID, along with official website, customer service number etc.

The Daily Telegraph is a British daily morning newspaper published in London and distributed internationally . The Newspaper was founded by Colonel Arthur B. Sleigh in June 1855 as The Daily Telegraph and Courier to viral personal grievance against the Commander-in-chief of British Army, Prince George. Owner of The Sunday Times , Joseph Moses Levy agreed to print the newspaper and the first edition was published on 29 June 1855. Its publishing was not a success so Sleigh was unable to pay printing bill to Levy and the newspaper was overtook by Levy. Finally the newspaper was relaunched as The Daily Telegraph , with the slogan “ the largest, best,and cheapest newspaper in the world “.

Since 2004 The Daily Telegraph is owned by David and Frederick Barclay. Ian MacGregor is the current editor of the newspaper . According to the data the newspaper had a daily circulation of  523,048 in March 2014. It is the sister paper The Sunday Telegraph.

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The Daily Telegraph Newspaper Office Contact Details

The Daily Telegraph Newspaper Office Address: The Daily Telegraph, 111 Buckingham Palace Road ,London ,SW1W 0DT

The Daily Telegraph Newspaper Office Contact Number : +44 20 7931 2000 ( general enquiry ) , 0044 (0) 16622 33 5080 ( for subscription ) , 0800 316 6977 ( UK free phone ) , 0044 1622 33 50 30 ( Overseas Customer Service )

The Daily Telegraph Newspaper Official Email ID : customerservice@telegraph.co.uk ( to get in touch with customer service team )

weeklytelegraphsubs@telegraph.co.uk (query regarding your subscription)

The Daily Telegraph Newspaper Official Website: www.telegraph.co.uk

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Official Contact Page : www.telegraph.co.uk/topics/about-us/3489870/Contact-Telegraph-Media-Group.html

Editorial Page : www.telegraph.co.uk/topics/about-us/3519232/Telegraph-Media-Group-Editorial.html

Customer Service Page : www.telegraph.co.uk/topics/about-us/5054501/Customer-Services.html

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Facebook Fan Page : facebook.com/TELEGRAPH.CO.UK

Twitter Handle : twitter.com/TelegraphNews
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Youtube Channel : youtube.com/user/telegraphtv

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  • Martin Halligan April 3, 2015, 9:36 am

    Hi team. I would like to get in contact with Christopher Hope by ‘e’ mail to discuss a story to do with the Cameron Government’s mishandling of the Medals Review, and the methods that they are using to cover up what actually went on. I applaud the rather Green lady who raised the subject of veterans last night on the debate and feel that the Telegraph might want to follow the idea of Veteran’s issues while the subject is hot. Look forward to hearing from Christopher, Best wishes Martin

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  • Edward Wolfe May 9, 2015, 2:44 pm

    Sat 9 May just reading the election results, and I am very surprised at the figures you show. Quote 1) Turnout 46.4m, 2) Tories 11.3m 3) Lab 9.3m 4 )UKIP 3.9m 5) Lib Dem 2.4m 6) SNP 1.5m 7) Greens 1.2m =Total 29.6m Turnout 46.4m – 29.6m = 16.8m That would mean the combined total of votes for ALL minor parties would be 16.8m, not far off the combined total of Conservative AND Labour votes, surely this cannot be correct.But if it is there is massive proof yet again of how unbalanced our voting system has become. SNP 1,5m votes 56 seats, Lib Dems 2.4m votes 8 seats. UKIP 3.9m votes 1 seat, Greens 1.2m votes 1 seat. How can each Tory seat be valued at 341k and each UKIP seat be valued at 3.9m. The system is obviously anarchic, and unfair and needs immediate changes if we are ever to say ‘we have a democracy that truly represents EVERY SINGLE VOTER.

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  • pablomanuel2013 May 20, 2015, 11:36 am

    Me dirijo a ese diario, como ciudadano de granada (Esp), para denunciar las ayudas de la UE, por parte del Patronato de La Alhambra, para hacer una entrada nueva, a este monumento, QUE SERIA UNA ABERRACION URBANISTICA, UN MAMOTRETO, UN DESPROPOSITO, ETC. Mientras que este monumento tiene un barranco, debajo y lindando con el rio Darro, CUYO DESPRENDIMIENTO SE ENCUENTRA YA, A VEINTE METROS DE LAS TORRES DE LOS ALCACERES. Este se llama “tajo de San Pedro”, el cual se yergue sobre esta, cual espada de Damocles. ESTOS SRES. RESPONSABLES, NO SE HACEN CARGO DEL PELIGRO QUE SE CIERNE SOBRE EL MONUMENTO , SI HUBIESE OTRO DESPRENDIMIENTO. Gracias. Pablo Rivero

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  • marion breed September 12, 2015, 12:18 pm

    I sent a rough resume’ to customerservice@independent.co.uk..Perhaps you can retrieve this to save me doing again?

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  • Patrick Cosgrove May 10, 2016, 1:13 am

    FAO Christopher Hope, Chief Political Correspondent.

    Dear Mr Hope, I am a campaigner for better broadband in rural Shropshire, one of the country’s worst served counties for broadband (because it failed to fully match its BDUK grant and was allowed to get away with it) . I have just read your latest article about the pressure to spend the £285m clawback money from BT. There is an important aspect missing, which is whether or not local authorities have to spend it with BT. If they do not, the money can go far further with alternative providers who can build superfast networks at smaller unit costs – particularly hybrid fibre/wireless networks that BT refuses to construct. However, it is widely believed that BT places pressure on local authorities to only spend the money with them – either financial inducements or threats to behave awkwardly with current contracts. The problem is that it is so difficult to find out anything about the contracts between BT and local authorities because LA officers are tied up by NDAs. It is astonishing, given the extensive “charge sheet” against BT, that no local authority officer has yet whistle-blown. They must be living in fear of the repercussions. Another aspect of the broadband scandal is that BT is now promoting its “Community Fibre” option, which means that if they haven’t already connected you, you may pay through the nose to do so (in excess of £1,000 per premises), but there is no guarantee of delivery date or minimum speed, nor any guarantee of level of service delivery in the event of network failure. It is an absolute scandal, but some communities are so desperate that they are taking it up. Kind regards, Patrick Cosgrove

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  • SOUMENDRA RAY CHOUDHURY May 18, 2016, 9:43 am

    TO DAY’S ISSUE HIGHLIGHTED UNDER CAPTION ” full marks for toil “about two girls who in spite of their hardship they scored very well and commendable .

    But U have not given any address/mobile no to help them .

    It is requested to in all such cases a contact linkage should be given

    Thanks & Regds

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  • Eric Ickinger May 18, 2016, 4:14 pm

    Where do I find the answers to crossword in DT May 16 No 28116?

    Eric Ickinger

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  • Ray Hartley May 29, 2016, 6:27 pm

    Hi Team,
    I’m hoping to make contact with your Graphics Editor or appropriate person in order to raise the issue of colour blindness. Frequently you choose colours in charts which don’t work for colour blind people (roughly 10% of men). Not sure if this is lack of awareness on your part or perhaps it would cost more in ink to use more distinguishable colours or ….. Hope to get a contact. Thanks

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  • Niko July 1, 2016, 6:56 am

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  • Colin Gregory July 12, 2016, 2:35 am

    Will you please advise me of the e mail address for “Letters to the Editor?”
    Thank you.

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  • Mona Clark July 15, 2016, 8:31 pm

    I am researching with a colleague at Dundee University some areas of the work of the Scottish Futures Trust and the implications for the Scottish taxpayers. I have tracked down a fairly devastating critique by your Scottish business editor some time ago and would be interested if that material has been brought up to date recently. Can anyone help?

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  • Phil Douce August 4, 2016, 3:59 pm

    Regarding an article you did on 12th November 2014 on page 17 about a property developer called Richard Rosebourne and a development at Heron Lodge a grade 2 listed building in Worcester. I would like a contact email to send you a follow up as to his idea of a replacement Victorian Greenhouse he illegally destroyed and was told to replace ” as was”. I have before and after photographs. The information has been sent to English Heritage and the Victorian Society.

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  • Cynthia Bengen September 15, 2016, 12:38 pm

    Can you please tell Henry Bodkin that, in his piece about sugary drinks, obesity campaigners probably want retailers to recoup the cost of the tax, that is recover it, as opposed to recuperate it.

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  • Graham Rowberry October 1, 2016, 8:46 pm

    Hi this is a complete long shot but you may be able to assist me. I am about to celebrate my Golden Wedding. My best man was Derek Bridges. After Derick left the Royal Navy 1970 ish I think he became the Private Secretary to Viscount Camrose. I believed this because he sent me a compliments chit attached to a miniature of The Daily Telegraph.
    My request is that if anyone in your organisation has his current contact details I would be grateful if they could forward my e-mail address or phone 01905 353922 so that we are able to invite him to join us in December

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  • keith palmer October 5, 2016, 5:49 pm

    I have had a 2nd refusal of a visa for my daughter-in -law who is a Nepali citizen married to my son.They live in Nepal and have a daughter born in Nepal who has a British Passport.The visa is for ! month visit and I am covering all costs.Refusal is that she has no funds .They are not satisfied that she is related to me.She may not return to Nepal.The Home Office are rejecting visas across Asia for I believe unjustified reasons.This a typical example can you investigate this type of visa refusal as in this case the reasons are totally not true.Hope you can help.Keith

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  • peter evans October 29, 2016, 7:20 pm

    Hounslow council are NOT rectifying ASB from the tenants above me- and it impacts upon health- and it requiries explaination.

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  • Lorna Ainsworth November 17, 2016, 4:18 am

    I am writing once again to ask that you stop these ludicrous articles about Nigel Farage .It is pathetic that yours is the only paper that is still pushing the issue of Farage visiting Trump
    Yet you fail to show picture that show it was not a personal visit but as a visit by a Team from,.UKIP arranged by Bannon
    Your analysis by Nigel Jones was silly as is the failure to appreciate that the UK Ambassador,The Foreign office,Boris Johnson and Theresa May have all met or spoken with Trump or members of the Trump Team.
    To suggest as the latest article stated that Trump and Farage got “closer and closer ” is entirely without merit as is the suggestion that the British govt needs the help of the very undiplomatic Farage with no experience of govt or international trade !
    I was a strong and active supporter of Brexit but the campaign was led by Vote Leave not UKIP !
    The .Telegraph now appears to have become a U.KIP ally with these inaccurate and biased reports
    If this situation continues I will feel it necessary to cancel my subscription to the Telegraph ! I am very disappointed in the poorly researched and uncritical articles .

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