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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”

Gay people in the Church of England

The Church of England still dares not see its true face and be open to people who feel different from the majority.

The Telegraph Frontpage for Monday 2023 January 23

By Danny Boyle As temperatures drop, demand for electricity rises. For the first time, energy customers are set to be paid to cut consumption. Also today, Boris Johnson has entered the Ukraine tanks row, above. National Grid ready to pay customers to switch off Turn off to earn. Households will be paid for reducing theirContinue reading “The Telegraph Frontpage for Monday 2023 January 23”

Christopher ‘Chopper’ Hope on 2023 January 16

It is clear that both the Tories and Labour are finally narrowing their gaze on the people who matter: voters.

The Telegraph Frontpage for Monday 2023 January 16

By Danny Boyle We have the latest on the police investigation after traces of uranium were found in cargo at Heathrow Airport. Forecasters are warning of icy rush-hour commutes in this week’s cold snap after snow fell in areas including the Cumbrian village of Nenthead, pictured above. And, on Blue Monday, we offer tips toContinue reading “The Telegraph Frontpage for Monday 2023 January 16”

The Telegraph Frontpage Wednesday 2022 December 28

Good morning. The Royal Military Academy Sandhurst is being urged to tackle a “toxic culture” of sexual assault, with a charity saying hundreds of servicewomen had reported abuse during their training. And about 50,000 middle-class families will be hit with an effective tax rate of at least 80pc and as high as 96pc next year,Continue reading “The Telegraph Frontpage Wednesday 2022 December 28”

The Telegraph Frontpage Tuesday 2022 December 27

Good morning. Energy companies are hoarding nearly £2 billion of customers’ cash amid the cost-of-living crisis, The Telegraph can disclose. Meanwhile, traditional town high streets led the revival of Boxing Day sales on Monday as shoppers flocked to local towns over cities amid train strikes. Headlines: Today’s essential news Energy | Gas and electricity suppliersContinue reading “The Telegraph Frontpage Tuesday 2022 December 27”

The Telegraph’s look at the world for the weekend of 2022 December 17-18

Good morning. The Armed Forces are not “spare capacity” for striking workers, the chief of the defence staff has said as he cautioned against relying on the military as the “ultimate backstop” during strikes. Headlines: Sunday’s essential news Strikes | Admiral Sir Tony Radakin, the head of Britain’s Armed Forces, warned it would be “slightlyContinue reading “The Telegraph’s look at the world for the weekend of 2022 December 17-18”

The Telegraph Frontpage for Thursday 2022 December 15

By Danny Boyle For the first time, picket lines are being set up in a national strike by nurses in a pay dispute. Also today, the Bank of England is expected to announce another rise in interest rates. Longer walkouts ‘with greater risks to patients’ likely As nurses begin their first ever national strike today,Continue reading “The Telegraph Frontpage for Thursday 2022 December 15”

The Telegraph Frontpage for 2022 Wednesday December 14

By Danny Boyle Yesterday train services have been severely disrupted after rail workers walked out in the first of a wave of 48-hour strikes. But how dedicated to the action are union members? The head of Network Rail has told us why he thinks RMT boss Mick Lynch, above, is lashing out. The big story:Continue reading “The Telegraph Frontpage for 2022 Wednesday December 14”