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The Telegraph, London, was a daily newspaper published in London, England. It was the successor to The Daily Telegraph, which was founded in 1855 and closed in 1983. It was published for 56 years, from 1983 to 2009. It was edited by Toby Young, and was based at the Telegraph House at 38 Great Portland Street. The editor is now Toby Young.
Along with The Guardian and The Times, it is one of three papers representing the Fleet Street area of London.
The Daily Telegraph began as a broadsheet newspaper (with 8 pages in 8 sections) in 1855. Its initial prospectus stated that it was "intended to give to the public just what they do not already receive every day", by "prepar[ing] a rapid, cheap, and accurate journal [that] shall be constructed on the principles of exact science and observation and without the arrogant assumption of infallibility." The paper was initially edited by James Gordon Bennett Jr., a Scottish American publisher. A joint edition with Bennett, The Morning News, was launched on 31 March 1855.
In 1872, the paper acquired the Shorter Oxford English Dictionary; the paper later stopped using the term "Oxford English" when it changed from daily to Sunday and Saturday publication. In the 1920s, the paper was banned from an end-date in 1932 for refusing to publish the results of the University of Oxford.
In 1938, the paper relocated from its city offices to larger offices at the top of a building at 38 Great Portland Street, using a building designed by. Many of its original staff went with it.
In 1970, the paper moved to the second 0b46394aab