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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 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 Tuesday 2023 January 17

By Danny Boyle Good morning. It took Sir Mark Rowley more than six hours yesterday to say sorry for the Met Police’s failure to remove a serial rapist, pictured above, from its ranks. We look at the task ahead for the commissioner. ‘Non-existent’ vetting gives free rein to predators Sir Mark Rowley took over asContinue reading “The Telegraph Frontpage for Tuesday 2023 January 17”

The Telegraph Chopper’s politics for Tuesday 2023 January 10

Good evening, As a veteran of the Brexit Wars 2017-2020, I have learned to be highly sceptical of claims of a breakthrough in the talks about a settlement over the Northern Ireland Protocol. That was how I felt when the United Kingdom and European Union hailed a big advance in Brexit talks over the NorthernContinue reading “The Telegraph Chopper’s politics for Tuesday 2023 January 10”

Telegraph Frontpage Saturday 2023 January 07

By Sam Hall a.o. Good evening. There is concern that the Duke of Sussex’s revelations about his time in Afghanistan may increase the threat level towards him. We have the latest as the Taliban responded to Harry’s disclosure that he killed 25 fighters while deployed in the country as a helicopter pilot. The big story:Continue reading “Telegraph Frontpage Saturday 2023 January 07”

The Telegraph Beyond Brexit Bulletin for 2023 January 03

The Prime Minister has pledged to review all Brussels rules by the end of this year Credit: James Manning/PA Wire The PM knows a bonfire of EU red tape risks undoing reset relations with Europe By Nick Gutteridge, POLITICAL CORRESPONDENT Just like his two predecessors, Rishi Sunak’s first New Year in office has come accompaniedContinue reading “The Telegraph Beyond Brexit Bulletin for 2023 January 03”

The Telegraph Frontpage for Friday 2022 December 30

Rishi Sunak is considering the return of Covid travel restrictions for the first time since pandemic rules were scrapped in February, amid concern over soaring cases in China. And the world has paid heartfelt tributes to Brazil’s football legend Pelé, who has died at the age of 82. Headlines: Today’s essential news Covid curbs |Continue reading “The Telegraph Frontpage for Friday 2022 December 30”

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”

 Societies can only progress if the people within them are brought along

° Societies can only progress if the people within them are brought along, if they feel that they belong in the society that they live in. — Brexit was concieved 30 years ago and has been gestating ever since. If remainers truly wish to convince the Brexiteers of their argument then they need to empathize,Continue reading ” Societies can only progress if the people within them are brought along”

How Britain could move away from contentious Protocol trade deal

Brexit border checks have been a contentious issue since the UK and European Union first sat down to negotiate divorce terms.