No European Telegraph but...

We have received a lot of feedback from readers querying the lack of the international edition of The Daily Telegraph in France this summer.

We contacted the publisher for information and the Telegraph Media Group confirmed it ceased publishing a European print edition in July.

It says it has alternative arrangements for people living in Europe outside of the UK.

A spokesman stated that most readers outside the UK have for some time accessed articles via the Telegraph’s  website and apps and the group is committed to serving its “growing global digital audience” in these ways.

Readers can now obtain the paper in France by subscription mail order at ocsmedia.net.

If you live in Nouvelle-Aquitaine, Occitanie, Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes or Paca, you should be able to obtain a “custom version” of the UK daily newspaper, printed in Marseille.

Limited editions will also be available in Paris.

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