The Daily Telegraph’s joint owner Sir David Barclay has died aged 86 after a short illness.Along with his identical twin Sir Frederick, Sir David built a vast business empire which began with hotels
Sir David Barclay was the elder, by a few minutes, of twin brothers who quietly, some said secretively, created one of Britain’s largest business empires.Last year the Sunday Times Rich List estimated
THE co-owner of The Telegraph group and former joint owner of The Scotsman Sir David Barclay has died at the age of 86, it was announced yesterday.
Sir David Barclay was a London-born billionaire who, with his identical twin brother Sir Frederick Hugh Barclay, built a vast business empire that included ownership of…
On October 27, 1989, Aidan Barclay gave his uncle Frederick a hand-engraved cigarette case. Frederick Barclay and his brother David, Aidan’s father, had clawed their way up from running small property
Billionaire died on Sunday after short illness
The death of Sir David Barclay has opened the door to a sale of the Telegraph newspapers, City insiders believe.One analyst said that potential buyers would be exploring bids knowing that Sir David
Boris Johnson says Sir David rescued a “great newspaper” and believed passionately in the “independence of this great country”.
Former joint-owner of the Scotsman, Sir David Barclay, has died after a short illness aged 86, it has been reported
David Barclay, the investor who amassed a business empire with his twin brother spanning retail, media and some of the world’s most prominent hotels, has died at the age of 86.
A squabble over an inheritance and the sale of the Ritz hotel has plunged David and Frederick Barclay into litigation and a very public spying scandal.
There wasn’t a sport Jacinda Barclay couldn’t play.
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One friend recalled that he was ‘able to read the economic tea-leaves like few people of his generation’