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is a British
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Gallagher attended Finchley Catholic High School
Finchley Catholic High School for Boys is in North Finchley, part of the London Borough of Barnet.-Admissions:Finchley Catholic High School is, as its name declares, a faith school; it is also - up to the end of Year 11 - exclusively for boys...
and Bristol University and then City University London before becoming a journalist at the Southern Evening Echo in Southampton and then South West News press agency back in Bristol. He soon moved to Today
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, before joining the Daily Mail
, where he became News Editor and attracted attention for his Princess Diana-related exclusives. He later became the Assistant Editor, and in 2006 moved to head its web team, before joining the Daily Telegraph
in 2007 as Deputy Editor.
As Deputy Editor, Gallagher took the lead on exclusives relating to the MPs' expenses scandal. In November 2009, he was promoted to Editor.
He is a fan of West Ham United FC, a team he came to support because his father worked in London's East End. He is married with three children.