Jolyon Connell

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Jolyon Connell is a former Sunday Telegraph and Sunday Times journalist who left Fleet Street to found The Week in 1995,[1] the news digest magazine which was ultimately purchased by his mentor and guide, the late publisher and poet Felix Dennis. Connell's other business interests include MoneyWeek,[1] a British financial magazine which he founded in 2000. In 2010 he founded Connell guides, a publishing company specialising in guide books for GCSE and A Level Literature students.

Connell has a first class degree in English from the University of St Andrews and an honorary doctorate from the same university.[2]

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