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The Telegraph looking at the world 2022 December 29

Good morning.

A landmark review by William Shawcross, pictured above, into the Government’s flagship Prevent programme has found that taxpayers’ money has been handed to groups promoting Islamist extremism. Meanwhile, teachers’ unions fear that ballots for national strike action in 2023 have been put at risk by postal strikes.


Headlines: Today’s essential news

China | UK transport and home office officials will consider today whether the UK should follow the US and other countries in imposing Covid restrictions on travellers flying in from China.
The United States announced last night that all travellers from China must test negative for Covid-19 before entering the country, joining India, Italy, Japan and Taiwan in taking new measures after Beijing’s decision to lift stringent zero-Covid policies.

Around the world: Top Stories

Comment and analysis

Editor’s choice: Take 5

Culture: The best films of 2022, ranked

From Tom Cruise’s triumphant return flight in Top Gun: Maverick to British indie gem Aftersun, here are the four and five-star film choices of 2022 from our critics Robbie Collin and Tim Robey.

2022 films

Looking back at 2022: Death of the Queen

It was the day the country had dreaded. After a lifetime dedicated to service, Queen Elizabeth II died at Balmoral Castle on September 8. She was the longest-reigning monarch in British history and the most celebrated. Here, we bring you 154 photographs that pay tribute to her remarkable life: from her marriage, to her relationships with her children, as well as her work with more than 600 charities – and the people around the world whose lives she touched. And Gordon Rayner reveals what the late Queen was really like, by those who knew her.

Here is a selection of articles we think you’ll be interested in today.
Passengers left stranded at Gatwick Airport after rail strikes
Concern grows for Olympian’s 13-year-old cousin who went missing a week ago
Shop worker injured in violent brawl during Boxing Day sales
Couple stabbed dog breeder’s throat in revenge attack after £800 puppy died
Rain stops play in the Alps as lack of snow closes half of French ski resorts
Here is a selection of articles we think you’ll be interested in today.
Labour ‘won’t raise taxes for squeezed middle earners to bankroll NHS’
Jeremy Hunt’s stealth taxes to hit middle-class families over 10 years
Michael Gove: Revive traditional architecture to boost backing for new homes
Rishi Sunak’s wife decks out Downing Street flat with velvet sofas
Islamist groups funded by taxpayer, Prevent review finds

Tonight’s TV

Prince Andrew
Prince Andrew: The Musical, Channel 4, 9pm | If The Crown was not enough to sour the royal soup this year, then this giddy musical farce will probably do it. More details – and other TV choices.

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