Robert Chesshyre

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Shouting in the Street: Adventures and Misadventures of a Fleet Street Survivor

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Remarkably, given the turmoil that engulfed the paper throughout his time in office, Donald Trelford was editor of The Observer for eighteen years. His tenure was marked by swiftness of thought and action and great energy, allied with a strong sense of self-preservation. One underestimated Trelford – and many did – at one’s peril.

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