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    Newspapers returning to old editions

    I read several daily newspapers on the IPad and have noticed a slight problem common to them all. If I open for example the Telegraph and select a story to read, then on pressing the back button to return to the front page, the display returns to an old edition on the paper and not that day's page from which I started reading. Anyone suggest a reason/solution to this?

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