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The New York Times looking at the 4th week of May 2023

Gail Collins and Bret Stephens The Republican Presidential Plot Is Thickening Tim Scott and Ron DeSantis are on the near horizon. Ezra Klein Liberals Are Persuading Themselves of a Debt Ceiling Plan That Won’t Work The limit Congress imposes is dumb, but Biden can’t just wave it away. Andrew Tate Thought He Was Above theContinue reading “The New York Times looking at the 4th week of May 2023”

Danny Boyle looking at The Telegraph’s front page for 2022/10/17

By Danny Boyle Good morning. New Chancellor Jeremy Hunt is today expected to set out billions of pounds of savings to stabilise the public finances. News of his emergency statement saw the pound climb higher in early trading. New Chancellor to make emergency statement After a weekend of talks, Jeremy Hunt is today fast trackingContinue reading “Danny Boyle looking at The Telegraph’s front page for 2022/10/17”

The Telegraph’s Weekly view 2022 May 21-27

From Vladimir Putin’s food blockade to further controversy over ‘partygate’, it has been an eventful week in the news.

Stories the Week brought to you from 2022 May 26 – June 01

Every Thursday the weekly news magazine with editions in the United Kingdom and United States The Week looks at what happened in the previous week and presents a broad spectrum of political viewpoints.

The Independent looking at the week of May 19-25

Take a few moments to get up to speed on all the latest news from around the globe with our selection of the Independent’s top stories.

Even stil te staan bij onze manier waarop we met de wereld omgaan

Resultaten van een gevoerde enquête over het waar naar toe na de Corona Lockdown betreft onze levensgewoonten en enregieverbuik.

Hillsong megachurch not keeping to rules of the government

The evangelical megachurch Hillsong has not been bothered by the imposed corona measures for some years now. In Australia, they once again brought thousands of churchgoers together for an event, despite the restrictions imposed on the public and entertainment sectors.

Looking at 2021 in a nutshell

A brief overview of what is most noteworthy to remember about the 2021 events.

Full football stadiums allowed to reign supreme to make money

In this Corona crisis, it is very important now that people with common sense, recognise why the government allows soccer or football matches to continue. We also need support for all measures necessary to secure the safety of all citizens and to secure the victory of democracy over fascism.

Violent riots against Corona-measures

Riot police and protesters clashed in the streets of several towns and cities like Rotterdam, The Hague and Brussels in demonstrations over government-imposed Covid-19 restrictions, with police firing water cannon and teargas at crowds. Troublemakers played a game of cat and mouse with the police, and threw smoke bombs, fireworks and rocks at officers and enjoyed bringing as much damage as they could to private properties.