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The Telegraph Frontline for Friday 2023 February 03

By Danny Boyle After the Bank cast doubt on the Government’s ability to drive people back to work, the Chancellor is under pressure to do more. Also this morning, we reveal how energy firms are hoarding cash – and Rupert Everett claims to know Prince Harry’s virginity secret. Energy firms’ cash pile balloons to £9billionContinue reading “The Telegraph Frontline for Friday 2023 February 03”

The Telegraph Frontpage for Thursday 2023 February 02

By Danny Boyle Good morning. Despite more than half of schools being impacted by strike action, support from teachers appeared not to be as significant as feared. Also today, we cover a diversity crisis in the RAF – and today’s expected rate rise by the Bank of England. RAF diversity ‘discriminated against 160 white men’Continue reading “The Telegraph Frontpage for Thursday 2023 February 02”

The Telegraph Frontpage for Wednesday 2023 February 01

By Sam Hall Good morning. Today’s strikes promise to be the most disruptive yet, as teachers join walkouts by hundreds of thousands of other public sector workers. Officials fear that striking teachers will still be paid, despite unions forcing the closure of classrooms at most schools. Teachers who strike could still claim pay More thanContinue reading “The Telegraph Frontpage for Wednesday 2023 February 01”

The Frontpage of The Telegraph for Tuesday 2023 January 31

Looking at the UK which the IMF downgraded its 2023 UK growth forecast by more than any other G7 nation, blaming the prospect of a deeper recession on “tighter fiscal and monetary policies”.

The Telegraph Frontpage for 2023 Monday 30

By Danny Boyle After the Prime Minister sacked Tory chairman Nadhim Zahawi, his allies claim that Rishi Sunak rushed to remove him for political expediency. Our team in Westminster cover the fallout. PM ‘sacked Nadhim Zahawi without a fair hearing’ For weeks, he insisted that he had done nothing wrong. Yesterday, Nadhim Zahawi was sackedContinue reading “The Telegraph Frontpage for 2023 Monday 30”

Some news for Saturday 28 January 2023

The Chancellor has pleaded with early retirees to go back to work, as he said the country faced an “enormous and shocking waste of talent and potential”. The big story: ‘Enormous and shocking waste of talent’ Jeremy Hunt has promised a “fundamental programme of reforms” to get millions of people back to work, as heContinue reading “Some news for Saturday 28 January 2023”

Composted Reads for the week of 2023 January 27

Story of the week Revealed: how US transition to electric cars threatens environmental havoc   The US’s transition to electric vehicles could require three times as much lithium as is currently produced for the entire global market, causing needless water shortages, Indigenous land grabs, and ecosystem destruction inside and outside its borders, new research finds.Continue reading “Composted Reads for the week of 2023 January 27”

‘Carbon offsets’ claim to help the planet

26/01/2023 ‘Carbon offsets’ on flights, food and even TV claim to help the planet – what if they don’t? Patrick Greenfield Our investigation into rainforest offsets approved by Verra, the organisation that operates the world’s leading carbon standard, was driven by a simple question: are the carbon credits trustworthy? Protecting the world’s remaining tropical rainforestsContinue reading “‘Carbon offsets’ claim to help the planet”

Scholz gives the green light on tanks – but why did it take so long?

Scholz has long argued that he needed to ensure that Germany and Nato would not become “warring parties” and Germany accused of “going it alone”.

The eco revolution is stalling when we need it most

Households playing the long game are investing in energy efficiency measures in a bid to manage bills in the future.