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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 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”

Public opinion on the ECJ spells trouble for Sunak

The European courts have come to represent everything Brexiteers hate about the EU Credit: Rex Public opinion on the ECJ spells trouble for Sunak By Tony Diver, SUNDAY POLITICAL EDITOR (ACTING) European judges have become the bogeymen of British politics. Seldom a day goes by when the newspapers do not refer to the overweening influenceContinue reading “Public opinion on the ECJ spells trouble for Sunak”

The Telegraph Frontpage for 2022 November 24

By Danny Boyle Good morning. Getting a GP appointment can be tricky. Now, doctors who fail to see patients in person are to be shamed. Meanwhile, Britons are being urged to slash their energy use to beat Vladimir Putin, as Ukraine faced a fresh barrage of deadly missile strikes (above). GPs to be shamed forContinue reading “The Telegraph Frontpage for 2022 November 24”

Danny Boyle presenting his selection for 2022 November 11

By Danny Boyle Ahead of next week’s G20 summit, Volodymyr Zelensky is being advised to drop his refusal to talk to Russia – as he and Rishi Sunak, above, discussed how to confront Russian officials. Sunak and Zelensky discuss how to confront Russia As world leaders prepare for a showdown with Vladimir Putin at nextContinue reading “Danny Boyle presenting his selection for 2022 November 11”

The Frontpage for 2022/11/04

The word of the year may well be permacrisis, but every day we can encounter similar phenomena as in the past, like war, disease, financial disaster and many other problems, so also in November 2022.

Main news items for the first half of September

Looking at what made the headlines the first half of September 2022

The Telegraph for Tuesday 2022/10/25

By Danny Boyle Good morning. Rishi Sunak is this morning being appointed the UK’s next prime minister by the King. We have the latest on how he might build a new Cabinet that he aims to unite a fractious Tory party. Gove in line for comeback as PM lays out his Cabinet The UK willContinue reading “The Telegraph for Tuesday 2022/10/25”

A new opportunity for regained stability in Britain

After the far too long period of the clownish figure who had the country rolling from one scandal to another, we now get the loser of the last search for the prime minister to take over as the first person of colour.