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The electronic Daily Telegraph is now behind a paywall. Paper Monitor has effected an old-school breach of that wall - buying a copy of the actual paper.
It's almost like going undercover. Reading an actual paper edition of a newspaper.
Page two has the gratifying news that Carol Vorderman's nose is better. She fell down and broke it. She did not have a nose job. That was speculation.
Page six reveals that cheats in school games are copying footballers. For clarity, in Telegraphland a common equation is footballers=bad.
But you have to wait until page 11 for the really serious news.
"Here's to you, Mrs Robinson. Why more 40-somethings are dating younger men".
That's the headline. And there's a massive picture of Helen McCrory. Massive.
The anchor on the same page is Catherine Deneuve saying flat shoes are sexier than "twisted" and impossible high heels.
Further on there's a leader. It quotes the Song of Solomon.
Oh, to wear one's erudition so lightly.