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The Telegraph headlines for the weekend of 29-30 September 2022

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‘Eco-extremists are leading the world towards despair, poverty, and starvation.’ We must wake up before it is too late, warns Jordan Peterson.
This winter, millions of British citizens, including children, will be tipped, or dumped, into energy poverty severe enough to risk permanent damage to their health. Cold, damp houses provide the perfect breeding ground for mould that not only causes respiratory distress, but renders houses essentially unlivable once established.

Virtue-signalling utopians committed to globalisation claim we are destroying the planet with cheap energy. But are they truly and deeply committed to the environmental sustainability so loudly and insistently demanded, or are they merely hell-bent, in the prototypically Marxist manner, in taking revenge on capitalism?



We could concentrate on an intelligent plan of stewardship instead of anti-human “environmentalism” along the lines of the plans outlined by multi-faceted and diligent experts such as Dr. Bjorn Lomborg, who pointed out years ago that we have a multitude of crises facing us and not just one (the hypothetically apocalyptic danger of “carbon”), and that we could spend the money we are wasting killing poor people in a much more intelligent and judicious manner, devoting some resources, for example, to ensuring a stable food supply to poor children in the developing world, treating malaria – something we can do and cheaply – and delivering fresh water where it is truly needed.

The deadline for secondary school applications is on Monday. Use our interactive tool to find the schools that won the highest number of Oxbridge offers.
The story behind Prince Harry’s memoir Spare – and why there have been no cold feet over its candid content.
Prince Harry has announced he is to finally publish his “raw, unflinching” version of his life in the Royal family, and his “personal journey from trauma to healing”.

Prince Harry’s memoir follows in the model set by Agassi in having a one-word title, the latter calling his book Open while the fifth-in-line to the throne went for Spare.
Is this the new Disease X? The World Health Organization warns of a ‘fungal threat’ to humanity.
“Emerging from the shadows of the bacterial antimicrobial resistance pandemic, fungal infections are growing, and are ever more resistant to treatments, becoming a public health concern worldwide,” said Dr Hanan Balkhy, WHO assistant director-general of antimicrobial resistance (AMR).

The reported incidence of invasive fungal infections increased significantly among hospitalised patients during the pandemic, “often with devastating consequences,” according to the WHO.
Claudia Schiffer: ‘My English sense of humour gets me into trouble with my German friends’. The original supermodel discusses the secrets of longevity and her friend Linda Evangelista.
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World ‘holding its breath’ as North Korea plots first nuclear test in five years
Rafael Grossi, director-general of the International Atomic Energy Agency, said a nuclear test would be further “confirmation of a programme which is moving full steam ahead in a way that is incredibly concerning”.

On the left is how the painting has been displayed all these years, while on the right is the correct way
Famous Mondrian painting hung upside down for 75 years before anyone noticed
Curators have belatedly realised that New York City 1, which the Dutch artist produced when he was living in the US in 1941, has been wrongly hung ever since it first went on public display more than 75 years ago.

The mistake is perhaps forgivable, given that Mondrian did not sign the work, and the lines of coloured tape that it features have no obvious top and bottom.

Russia ends mobilisation drive, saying 300,000 men called up
Speaking at a meeting with Vladimir Putin, Gen Shoigu said: “Today we have stopped the deployment of the citizens who have been called up.

“The target put forward to us to call up 300,000 people has been completed. We are not planning any additional intakes,” he said.

At least half a million men have fled Russia over the past five weeks, fearing summons that could see them in the trenches of eastern Ukraine.

Gen Shoigu told Mr Putin that some 82,000 mobilised men have been sent to Ukraine, and at least half of them are already fighting.

Live – War latest: UN chief urges extension of Ukraine-Russia grain deal
The Russian army on Saturday accused the UK of blowing up the Nord Stream gas pipelines last month, as well as helping to attack its Black Sea Fleet in Crimea on Saturday morning, directly accusing a leading Nato member of sabotaging critical Russian infrastructure.


Russia has previously blamed the West for the explosions last month that ruptured the Russian-built Nord Stream 1 and Nord Stream 2 pipelines on the bed of the Baltic Sea.

But Russia has not previously made specific accusations about who was responsible for the damage to the pipelines, which was the key route for Russian gas supplies to Europe.

Vitali Klitschko’s plea to West: ‘Send blankets and generators or we’ll freeze to death’


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