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Dear Retail Colleague,

At the end of this month, you will notice some new additions and changes to our weekend newspapers,
which are being made following audience research. From the issue dated, Saturday, January 29, 2022 we
are launching a new bigger format Telegraph magazine, with an improved quality cover and even more
agenda-setting journalism. There will also be a new weekly puzzles pull-out in the Saturday newspaper.

The Sunday Telegraph will become home to a weekly puzzles pull-out section.The Sunday Telegraph
comment and features section will be enhanced with a new weekly news review long-read and a new
weekly interview slot.

There will also be a revamped ‘Sunday’ section featuring the very best of our lifestyle and travel, which
will now include the addition of Stella’s brilliant journalism.

Following extensive reader research, we’ve taken the difficult decision to cease publishing Stella as a
standalone magazine – the final issue of Stella will be Sunday, January 23, 2022. Thereafter, Stella will
become an integral part of the Sunday print section as well as continuing online.

No additional retail handling is required at the weekend and there are no changes to the cover prices of
The Daily Telegraph Saturday edition or The Sunday Telegraph.

If you have any questions please contact

Thank you for your continued support,
The Telegraph.

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