|Education||Finchley Catholic High School|
Gallagher attended Finchley Catholic High School and Bristol University and then City University London. He started his career as a trainee journalist at the Southern Evening Echo in Southampton in 1985, and then moved to the South West News Agency in Bristol in 1987. He joined Today in 1988, and then became a reporter at the Daily Mail in 1990. He attracted attention for his Princess Diana-related exclusives. He later became News Editor and finally Assistant Editor in 2006. He joined the Daily Telegraph in October 2006 after as Head of News. He was made deputy editor in September 2007.
- Gallagher, Tony (14 October 2011). "Witness Statement of Tony Gallagher". Leveson Inquiry. Retrieved 23 January 2012.
- James Robinson, "Profile: Tony Gallagher, Daily Telegraph editor", The Guardian, 30 November 2009
- Stephen Glover, "Stephen Glover: Telegraph's new hardman finishes Barclay revolution", The Independent, 30 November 2009
- James Robinson and Stephen Brook (26 November 2009). "Telegraph tough guy Tony Gallagher replaces Will Lewis as editor". London: GMG. ISSN 0261-3077. OCLC 60623878. Retrieved 23 January 2012.
- Colin Randall, "http://salutsunderland.com/2010/12/west-ham-assessed-from-the-top-of-the-telegraph-pole/
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