UK’s Telegraph newspaper up for sale: report

Published October 27, 2019, 4:53 PM

by Rica Arevalo

By Agence France-Presse

LONDON -The owners of Britain’s Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph have put them up for sale, a rival newspaper reported on Saturday.

The Barclays have owned the newspapers, which are close to Prime Minister Boris Johnson's Conservative party and a champion of Britain's EU exit, since 2004. (AFP Photo / MANILA BULLETIN)
The Barclays have owned the newspapers, which are close to Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s Conservative party and a champion of Britain’s EU exit, since 2004. (AFP Photo / MANILA BULLETIN)

According to The Times, the Barclay family is reviewing the ownership of all its holdings, including The Ritz hotel.

The Barclays have owned the newspapers, which are close to Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s Conservative party and a champion of Britain’s EU exit, since 2004.

Operating profits fell from £16.3 million in 2017 to £3.1 million last year, while revenues dropped from £278 million in 2017 to £271 million in 2018, according to The Times.

The newspapers did not respond to requests for comment.

 
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UK’s Telegraph newspaper up for sale: report

Published October 27, 2019, 8:53 AM

by Agence France-Presse

LONDON -The owners of Britain’s Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph have put them up for sale, a rival newspaper reported on Saturday.

The Barclays have owned the newspapers, which are close to Prime Minister Boris Johnson's Conservative party and a champion of Britain's EU exit, since 2004. (AFP Photo / MANILA BULLETIN)

The Barclays have owned the newspapers, which are close to Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s Conservative party and a champion of Britain’s EU exit, since 2004. (AFP Photo / MANILA BULLETIN)

According to The Times, the Barclay family is reviewing the ownership of all its holdings, including The Ritz hotel.

The Barclays have owned the newspapers, which are close to Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s Conservative party and a champion of Britain’s EU exit, since 2004.

Operating profits fell from £16.3 million in 2017 to £3.1 million last year, while revenues dropped from £278 million in 2017 to £271 million in 2018, according to The Times.

The newspapers did not respond to requests for comment.

 
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