Quentin Letts: 'We're the last generation to make a living from newspapers'

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Possibly Britain’s most prolific freelance journalist, Quentin Letts, has spoken of the importance of diversifying and issued a warning to writers who rely on newspapers to make a living.

“I think we’re probably the last generation that’s going to make a living out of newspapers,” he tells the Independent on Sunday. “I suspect in 10 years’ time it’s going to be much harder to turn a shilling.”

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