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In this week's Telegraph Weekly World Edition we splash on the peer responsible for standards in the House of Lords caught on film allegedly snorting cocaine with two prostitutes. Inside, NHS bosses have been paid as consultants and given luxury trips by drugs companies, and Labour is in turmoil as Left-winger Jeremy Corbyn becomes the front-runner in the leadership race. The Duchess of Cambridge braves the rain at a washed-out America's Cup sailing event at Portsmouth, while Prince George's second birthday is celebrated with a sunny official photo. In Sport, Chris Froome wins the Tour de France for a second time and England's football team are drawn in the same group as Scotland for the 2018 World Cup qualifiers.
The weekly world edition of The Telegraph is a 48-page, all-colour newspaper featuring the best journalism from The Daily Telegraph, Britain’s market-leading quality paper, and The Sunday Telegraph.
It delivers a comprehensive and unique digest of British news, sport, comment, business and culture, allowing expats to keep in touch with events at home.
The July 1st 2009 free trial issue features the life of Michael Jackson, King of Pop 1958-2009; Simon Heffer, the columnist, comments on the election of John Bercow as Speaker and Damien McElroy reports on the increasing tensions between Britain and Iran.
Other features include a look at the week’s business with articles from Ambrose Evans-Pritchard and Tom Stevenson; a new column from Lesley Garner offers readers relationship advice and Gavin Mairs laments the Lions defeat to South Africa in the sports pages.
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