John Triggs

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John Triggs (born 1976) was a British journalist and feature writer. He has written for a variety of different British national newspapers and magazines including the Daily Express,[1] Sunday Express,[2] Mail on Sunday,[3] The Independent,[4] and News of the World.[5] In 2010 he quit journalism and is now working as a primary school teacher in London.


  1. ^ Triggs, John (2007-07-17). "Food Trade's Juicy Secrets". Daily Express. Retrieved 2008-01-16. 
  2. ^ Triggs, John (2005-04-27). "Pilgrim in a sacred city". Sunday Express. 
  3. ^ Triggs, John (2004-10-31). "Wacky Races". Mail on Sunday, Night & Day magazine. pp. 28 to 30. 
  4. ^ Triggs, John (1998-02-05). "Prescott – Why I may finally be forced to leave the Jag at home". The Independent. p. 6. 
  5. ^ Triggs, John (2007-12-23). "Cheat yourself healthy". News of the World, Sunday magazine. p. 38. 

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