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The Telegraph Frontpage for Tuesday 2023 January 24

By Danny Boyle A report today warns how China can exploit laptops, cars, fridges and more smart devices to spy on the UK. Also this morning, an MP is calling for an inquiry into failings in the case of an Afghan double killer who snuck into Britain posing as a 14-year-old – pictured above, left,Continue reading “The Telegraph Frontpage for Tuesday 2023 January 24”

The Telegraph Frontpage for Wednesday 2023 January 18

  By Danny Boyle Good morning. The Education Secretary is to meet union leaders in a bid to avert seven days of strike action over teachers’ pay – as school leaders refuse to ease the pain of walkouts with contingency measures. We have the latest on those talks as well as today’s strike by nurses.Continue reading “The Telegraph Frontpage for Wednesday 2023 January 18”

The Telegraph Frontpage for Friday 2023 January 06

By Danny Boyle Revelations from the Duke of Sussex’s autobiography lay bare his bitterness over the way he feels he was treated by his family. We round up what we have learnt – and what it means for The Firm. Harry and William ‘begged’ Charles not to remarry He is using his devastating memoir toContinue reading “The Telegraph Frontpage for Friday 2023 January 06”

Bloomberg Balance of power for 2023 January 04

Fundamental questions are raised about the Republicans’ ability to steer a chamber that must grapple with key issues such as raising the debt ceiling and funding the government of the world’s biggest economy as a global recession looms.

2023 Wednesday morning briefing January 04

January 4, 2023 By Natasha Frost Writer, Briefings Good morning. We’re covering the high price for Ukraine of responding to Russia’s drone attacks, and a provocative visit by a new Israeli minister. Ukraine has begun using searchlights to spot drones. Gleb Garanich/Reuters The costs of Ukraine’s defense Over the New Year’s weekend, Russia sent aboutContinue reading “2023 Wednesday morning briefing January 04”

Croatia: The Glamorization of Fascism

Originally posted on Red October Goth:
Croatian-Australians marching in Sydney waving flags of the Nazi puppet Independent State of Croatia and portraits of Ustasha-lover Franjo Tudjman. “If the Croats were part of the Reich, we’d have them serving as faithful auxiliaries of the German Führer, to police our marshes. The Croats are a proud people…The…

The Telegraph Frontpage for the last day of 2022

Good morning. Rishi Sunak has brought back Covid travel rules for the first time since all restrictions were lifted in February, with travellers from China required to have negative Covid tests. Meanwhile, four of the Lionesses who won England’s first international football trophy since 1966 have received New Year Honours for their services to football,Continue reading “The Telegraph Frontpage for the last day of 2022”

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 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 ChinaContinue reading “The Telegraph looking at the world 2022 December 29”

China’s overwhelmed hospitals

Covid patients waiting in the lobby of a hospital in Chongqing, China.Noel Celis/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images China’s overwhelmed hospitals China’s hospitals were already overcrowded, underfunded and inadequately staffed in the best of times. But with Covid now spreading freely in China, the medical system is being pushed to its limits, with patients lining theContinue reading “China’s overwhelmed hospitals”