The problem is compounded by the fact that The Telegraph has published the papers in a format which prevents "copy and paste", which means that extracts for quotation have to be laboriously copied out manually, adding considerably to the time taken.
I have created a 31MB zipped directory of all 105 pages here at TeraDepot
. It takes about 3.5 minutes to download. The pages display nicely but are in jpg/image format. A lot of my computing stuff is still out of action otherwise I would have tried to run them through some OCR software and converted them to text as opposed to images. Maybe Sandy, or someone else here with the necessary wherewithal, could offer to get the images in a strict text format. Yes or no, you can at least print them out. I always find paper versions a lot easier to read than the screen.
Meanwhile try this link
for a bigger reading pane.