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I start my day by reading the Telegraph on an iPad, and doing as many of the crosswords and other puzzles as I can in the time available.
It is easy to read and navigate on an iPad, with a clean layout.
The Telegraph is traditionalist and to the political right, so it will not appeal to everyone. It does provide alternate views from different correspondents. I generally find its reporting reliable, and analysis interesting. It does not hold back from criticising a Conservative government if it disagrees with policies or actions.
Sports coverage is good, but like all papers wastes far too many column inches on the round ball game. The “lifestyle”, culture and travel sections provide good information and ideas, but also too many links to hideously expensive items outside the budget of mere mortals.
I like saving some articles to Evernote for action or future reference. That used to be simple with two clicks on the “share” button. Since the revised design, this has not worked. I can still save, but it has become a tedious, multi-step process. I have considered giving up my subscription until that feature is repaired.
Good news coverage but a certain columnist needs to change the record
The news coverage is fine but I am thoroughly tired of the likes Alison Pearson and others constantly banging on about foreign holidays and how cruel/fascist/unnecessary it is to limit them from enjoying their lovely hedonist trips abroad or asking them to actually isolate to make sure they aren’t going to kill someone if they catch it overseas, as though the virus doesn’t exist or doesn’t disable or kill. I recall one article where she was lucky enough to catch the last flight back from Austria from some pointless trip to a spa. Please remember to all of you columnists it isn’t the Government that is forcing you, but the virus and the attempts to stop your loving relatives from looking at headstones un the nearest cemetery. I've always enjoyed her column but not any more. Remember you can still catch this dreadful disease even when double jabbed. Not all of your readers are desperate to rush abroad. I recall early on an 88 year old in Middleton who hadn’t been abroad and just went for a meal out and caught it from a man who had been skiing in Italy and contracted the virus. but it was the 88 year old who died. If your readers have any sense they just want to stay health to enjoy the rest of their lives. Like me and my husband. But the App is fine. It’s just some of the people who write for it. Tell the editor. There is a middle ground.
More than one type of Rugby.
I just nearly cancelled my Telegraph trial yet decided to hold off and ask a question. May I ask why the coverage of Rugby is only featuring the Rugby Union version of the sport? I would be interested to know as living in Devon for many years I also suffered at the hands of blinkered teachers who thought league and it’s professionalism was just not ‘Rugby’. I tried to teach them to play more like league and run lines and use the league way of thinking as opposed to the crash and tumble they’d played for a hundred years. The bigotry towards league was extremely surprising to me a young lad. But as time has wore on you can see the changes Union has made becoming a great users of League coaches and plays in the game itself. So back to my point. Is the Telegraph a paper that is blinkered like the old fashioned teachers who disappeared into the woodwork at School who just would change no matter what was needing to change in the outside world? The appetite for Rugby League is huge and to take on the likes of Soccer killing everything and Union just not appealing enough to the youngsters league must be allowed in the column inches and see it thrive (look at Australia with the NRL). In this year of the RL World Cup we need as much coverage in the diverse ranges of sports we have in our great country to ensure we don’t lose the children to video games or soccer. Thanks for listening. I’ll hold off the cancel button for now.
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